Category: Snapology

The term snapology was coined by Heinz Strobl and it involves cutting numerous strips of paper. One set of strips are folded into triangular prisms (these are the units or modules). The second set of strips are folded into snaps (connectors). Geometric forms are assembled by using the snaps to connect the units together.

Snapology is relatively easy to do and you can make a variety of polyhedra and other geometric shapes.


Origami Resource Center – Strip folding