Sleeping Beauty’s Castle recreated through Art of Origami

 Sleeping Beauty’s Castle recreated through Art of Origami
It’s taken three weeks and more than 50,000 fold of paper, but artist Paul Jackson has managed to recreate a fascinating origami replica of Disneyland Paris’ Sleeping Beauty Castle.

After four weeks of painstaking planning and preparation, the artist used over 20 different paper folding techniques to construct the 10 foot masterpiece, currently on display in London.The castle is incredibly intricate and needed hands of truly incredible precision, incorporating 5,000 origami bricks and 300 origami cubes which each had to be individually folded and assembled. The sculpture was created to mark the launch of the 20th anniversary brochure.

If you’re keen to see this incredible work of art, it will be on display at London’s St. Pancras station until December 10th. Alternatively, if you want to see the real castle in all its glory, why not grab yourself some Disney tickets today and head off on a magical journey to Disneyland Paris?

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