Indian origami artist Noman MA Haji set Limca Book Record 2011

 
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Indian origami artist Noman MA Haji set Limca Book Record 2011

With nimble fingers and wads of cash, origami artist Noman MA Haji had a piece of Putrajaya - a picturesque village with beautiful gardens and buildings Malaysia broad aesthetic - in his modest apartment on the second floor on Broadway. This book accurately reflects origami sketches of an architect of a multilayer structure in the front of Putrajaya.

Using photographs collected from the internet and toy cars purchased during the holidays and 59 Noman "built" many of these wonderful structures. The Burj Dubai in Dubai and the Eiffel Tower is the latest addition to the collection, which includes a massive load of currency-Taj Mahal, which earned him an entry in the Limca Book of World Records.

His works are more than 50 motorcycles and cars to buildings will be on display March 19 (10:00-18:00) and 20 March (10:00 to 17:00) in sh sh Shabbir I. Haji, No. 1 Salai Vinayagar Koil Street (opposite Don Bosco School), on Broadway. Admission is free.

In addition to the novelty of the paper currency notes, a collection of origami models are marked with an attention to detail. Moreover, its partiality two denominations (€ 5 and Rs. 20) is obvious. Noman said: "Their rich colors, these currencies do not distinguish between the models." Like the Eiffel Tower, Noman used the notes of 20 rupees numbering 894, and the Burj tower was 192 notes of 20 rupees, and the construction of Putrajaya, has combined the 20-rupee and five rupee notes. A doll dressed in notes stand dwarf many of the works longer, but it is an expensive piece of art. And hundreds of thousands of rupees Rs consuming game. 21 000!
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