(aka Winged Awareness Emblem - Designed in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and dedicated to my aunt)
|Diagrams||OrigaMIT 2013 Convention Book;
OrigamiUSA 2015 Annual Collection
|Material||Folded from one uncut square of ~22 inch paper (pink on one side, white on the other)|
I was inspired to design this Awareness Ribbon Angel v1 model after my aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012. I rushed so that I could finish the final folded version before October ended that year and share the design with others in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. My biggest regret is that I never showed her this model before she passed away. By using different paper colors, this model could definitely represent other awareness causes.
The paper was prepared by gluing one sheet of pink unryu paper and one sheet of white unryu paper together to form one sheet of double sided paper. The two colored appearance of the model comes solely from color change techniques utilizing the double sided paper. This was the first model that I designed after I finally understood the box-pleating design technique (credit to Wensdy Whitehead's shovel-folding demonstrations).
This model won First Place in the category of Best Composition in OrigaMIT's 12th Annual Competition in 2013.
I designed a simpler version of this model in 2015.