Bend me, shape me, any way you want me.
We swear we heard paper singing in the nimble hands of Sok Song, origami genius.
Low-key, mathematically minded Song started on the playground with airplanes and fortune tellers (cootie catchers). Soon enough, he got hooked on paper folds, working square sheets for advertising firms, branding agencies, and The Museum of Natural History’s holiday tree.
We found him recently at a soiree, putting cocktail napkins to shame with elaborate roses, daisies, modular stars, and butterflies. The hot commodity is taking requests for party interiors and demos.
Join his free OMG (Origami Meetup Group) to socialize and crease sheets yourself. Or pop into the gallery at Leffot to see his installation with artist Robin Joy Riggsbee.
No need to fold a thousand paper cranes for that wish to come true.