Here at WonderHowTo we're overflowing with top-notch origami tutorials. However, when it comes to the lesser known art of kirigami, we could always use a couple more enthusiasts. Kirigami is a form of origami that (unlike origami) involves making intricate cuts, and the results are often incredible.
Today we feature kirigami master Ulrich Mikloweit, who has extended his love for kirigami to mathematics. See a few examples of his work below, click through to view hundreds of polyhedra models on his site.
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