Zelimir Zlatic - Croatia
Some of my work was made from one piece of paper from hexagonic base withclassic tesselation technique. Last few months, I experiment with a model who was made from one piece of paper with combination of classic tessellation, pleat and corrugation techniques to try to get some new form.
Zelimir Zlatic's Gallery
Origamist Virtual Presence
Zelimir Zlatic is a chemical technician from Zagreb, Croatia. His first introduction with origami was in the mid-1980's, through a book by Dragutin Gerić “Origami - the art of paper folding“. After few decades of practicing classical origami he discovered an origami book that opened the door towards modern paperfolding, Origami Tessellation: Awe-Inspiring Geometric Designs. Playing with folded pleats he discovered new forms to use them later as rhythmically repeated motifs or tessellation molecules.
In 2010s, after a period of learning and interpreting other authors’ ideas, Zlatic took courage and started to develop his ideas to create his own designs.
Since 2015, he became a member of Croatian origami society (Hrvatsko origami društvo) and since 2017 a member of American association OrigamiUSA.
In last 2 years he was an author on exhibitions held in Croatia, in the city of Samobor, Rijeka and Zagreb. Zlatic was a demonstrator on Origami workshops organized for kids in Narodno Sveučilište Sesvete, Zagreb and a participant in manifestations of popularization of science called Znanstveni piknik in Zagreb and Rijeka and Open day of Institute Ruđer Bošković, a manifestation organized in Institute Ruđer Bošković, Zagreb. Zlatic was also a participant in manifestation Days of Japanese culture held in Zagreb and in 40th International Book Fair and Teaching School called Interliber in Zagreb.