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User-Submitted Photos

Have you folded a model from one of my videos? If so, feel free to submit a photo here to be displayed in the new YouTube Gallery. Also, if you have folded any of my original designs, feel free to submit a photo here as well. Thank you all for the support! Keep up the good work.
Origami Burr Puzzle (Froy) Folded by Origami.point
Origami Columbus Tower (Dave Mitchell) Folded by Jaudy Martinez
Origami Butterfly (Folded by William Bolin Chang)
Origami Crane (Folded by William Bolin Chang)
Origami Sunburst Star (Traditional) Folded by Yuanying Ding
Origami Burr Puzzle (Froy) Folded by Yuanying Ding

Featured Posts

OrigamiUSA Convention 2017

OrigamiUSA Convention 2017

For those of you who missed it or just want to reminisce, check out my latest video on the 2017 OrigamiUSA Convention!

My First Solo Exhibition!

My First Solo Exhibition!

Birdland Gallery presents Evan Zodl’s first solo exhibition at Birdland Gallery. The show opens on Saturday, July 9th and runs through July 26th with and opening reception on Saturday, July 9th at 6 p.m.

July 9, 2016

New Video: Origami Fasett Sonobe Kusudama (Maria Sinayskaya)

New Video: Origami Fasett Sonobe Kusudama (Maria Sinayskaya)

Learn how to fold this beautifully simple kusudama from my new video tutorial. Diagrams can be found in Maria Sinayskaya's new book called Zen Origami.

June 14, 2016

About EZ Origami

Evan Zodl an origami artist and student pursuing a double major in Interactive Multimedia and Computer Science at The College of New Jersey. He has been folding for over eight years, and in an effort to share his passion with the world, he began making instructional origami videos on YouTube in 2008. Since that time, Evan (better known online as "EZ Origami") has taught origami to millions of people around the globe through his videos. In 2009, he began designing his own unique models. Much of his work is inspired by fractals, spirals, and recursive patterns found in nature. He aspires to publish an origami book featuring many of his original designs in the near future. More of Evan's work can be found in his YouTube Channel and Flickr Photostream.
Nova (Evan Zodl)
Stella (Evan Zodl)
Maria’s Star (Evan Zodl)
Nautilus (Evan Zodl)