Airi•gam•i (\’er-?-’gä-m?\ n : the fine art of folding air) stands at the crossroads of three ancient art forms: sculpture, puppetry and origami.

Artist Larry Moss has been using airigami to create “full-blown” installations that enchant both young and old for more than a dozen years, and – whether it’s a ten-room haunted house (Balloon Manor), the world’s first piloted balloon sculpture (Fantastic Flying Octopus) or a pre-historic museum exhibition (Elastic Park) – they bring people together in the way that only the best public art installations can.

Yup, I’m impressed.  Check out their other stuff.

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