Help Me, Ori-Gam-Kenobi

This man, like Master Yoda, has way too much time on his hands.

Iconic robots and spaceships from the Star Wars films have been recreated in paper through an art form known as “Starwarigami”

Martin Hunt, 32, moulds 10inch squares or rectangles of Japanese foil using tweezers – and “a lot of patience.” Among the origami models are Hans Solo’s ship the Millennium Falcon, Imperial cruisers and robot R2D2.

His simplest model, a Naboo Starfighter, can be folded in just 15 minutes – but the more complex R2-D2 takes a painstaking two-and-a-half hours.

Personally, after trying to do this for fifteen minutes I would throw the lot of them into the Sarlacc pit.

4 thoughts on “Help Me, Ori-Gam-Kenobi

  1. Robert B.

    Quite talented, with paper and knife
    He creates toys sans any strife.
    He bends and folds
    For hours untold.
    But really, he needs to get a life.

    (But you have to admit, he is talented.)

  2. He Said His Telephone Number Was 911

    See what not having a wife/girlfriend gives you time to do? I his Star Wars pjs… In his parents basement…

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