Finnish Origami artist Juho Könkkölä quite deftly showcased the incredibly intricate process of folding an exquisitely detailed Samurai warrior out of a single piece of paper. Könkkölä used neither cutting nor tearing to create the delicate folds and definitive features, just a bit of time, a bit of water, a great deal of organization, and several metal paper clasps to keep things in place.
50 hour process of folding an origami samurai from a single square sheet of paper. No cutting or ripping used in the process.
via Nag on the Lake