WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

As if yesterday's Iron Man origami wasn't enough to seal artist Brian Chan into our hearts for ever and ever, he's created an even more impressive paper robot masterpiece: an origami WALL-E. To quell rumors started in the comments yesterday, yes, this model is folded from one uncut piece of paper.

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E



And if you don't believe that, here's the pattern for you to try for yourself (before failing and just taking everyone's word for it):

WALL-E Made From ORIGAM-E

Origami WALL-E vs. origami Iron Man, who wins? [Brian Chan via Geekologie]