Most Music Videos Have Elaborate Sets Or Dancing, But This One Is Unlike Any I've Ever Seen
The Japanese culture introduced origami as an art that uses paper to create various structures. The word ori means "folding" while the word kami means "paper." The main objective for creating origami is to transform a flat piece of paper into a 3D object. This art discourages the use of aids that disrupt the natural essence of paper. You cannot use scissors, glue or markings to alter the paper. The designs must be as close to organic as possible. This Japanese art form is not new. It has been around since the 1600's. It has moved to inspire contemporary art and architecture alike. Wait until you see how paper inspired motion and music in this video. The opportunities are endless.