Copyright © 1998 - 2014 by M. Mukerji. All models folded and photographed by M. Mukerji.

Various Octagonal Collapse Flowers transposed to other polygons, created March 2014.

Above: Gaillardia and Rudbeckia from Hexagons
Left: Rudbeckias from nonagon and decagon, and Gazania from Hendecagon.
Gaillardias from Tridecagon with and without color change, and from dodecagon.

Various Octagonal Collapse Flowers (Gazania, Gaillardia, Rudbeckia and Abstract Flowers)
with color change, created July 2013. Some transposed to other polyhedra as well.

Logos of Various Companies in Pureland Origami, created June 2013.

Top: Delta®, ANA®, Swissair®. Bottom: ABN AMRO® and Axis Bank®.

Top: BMW®, Mercedes Benz®, Mitsubishi®. Bottom: HSBC® and Chase®.

Top: CommonwealthBank®, AmeriSave® (simplified), Dresdner Bank®. Bottom: Citgo® and Chevron® (simplified).

My Variations of Ligia Montoya's Hexagonal Flower, created 2012/2011.
Ligia Montoya's Hexagonal Flower (left) and my pentagonal, square and octagonal versions of it.

Heart Masu Box by Darren Scott and my Butterfly, Flower and Shamrock Variations, created 2011.

(One sheet for lid and one for base per box.)

A Fractal Tessellation and Variation, created 2009.

While doodling with paper I came up with these 4-level and 5-level fractal tessellations. Later I found
out that it is nothing but J.C. Nolan's Andrea's Rose. I made the tips at the center point upwards.

A variation of the fractal.

A Square Grid Tessellation, created 2009.

Saar Star by Endla Saar (left) and my Flower Variations, created 2008.
The flowers have been obtained by making Saar Stars (left) and squashing the tips instead of sinking them and then curling the petals. Both sides
of flowers look nice. The color change is a result of either using harmony paper or folding two color papers of different sizes together.

Tuberose and Oleander, created 10/2006.

Tuberoses (red and pink on left) and Oleanders.
The Oleanders are pentagonal versions of the Tuberoses.

Pentagonal Lily, created 1998.

My Pentagonal Lily (right) is just a pentagonal version of the traditional Lily (left).
This was my first experimentation with paper other than squares.

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