Money Origami Videos

This page is dedicated to money origami videos. A lot of people are generating videos about origami (and everything else under the sun). Some of the videos below are fun to watch while others are instructional (and not so fun to watch). Generally speaking, the best way to learn origami is to have someone sit beside you and show you how it is done. Failing that, traditional origami diagrams with arrows and lines seem to work well. Videos have had mixed reviews: it is a different medium, that's for sure. Videos work well as companion to printed diagrams. In particular, they are useful if you are stuck at a particular spot and need to see how a fold is made.

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Money used in Commercials

2013 Lincoln MKZ by lincoln: many dollar bill birds are folded and hung so they make the number 45. The 45 represents the miles per gallon of gas that the vehicle gets. (1 min) dollar bill origami commercial
Hurrican Sandy by sandy.AdCouncil.com: two videos showing various dollar bill origami models some which appear to be composite work. Includes a hand, a lion, a coffee mug, a bed, hammer & nail, house, airplane, shopping bag, stethoscope, & baby bottle. See videos here and here (30 sec each). dollar bill origami commercial
Bank Coop Evolution by ruflanz: watch origami-style evolution from tadpole -> frog -> lizard -> gorilla -> man. All done with Swiss money and a little help of a computer. (45 sec) dollar bill origami commercial
Webster Five by lemacedo2010: various dollar bill origami featured in this Webster Five commercial. Models shown include: cowboy on horse, light bulb, buildings, hands/arm, umbrella, and a smile. Origami by Joseph Wu. (32 sec) money origami commercials
Touchmark National Bank by SteveHaviland: nicely folded $ origami used in yet another bank commercial featuring cube, diamond, bull, shirt with tie, butterfly, boat, and $ sign. (32 sec) money origami commercials
A380 Aircraft: Flash animation using custom bank notes to fold money airplanes. Though artificial and obviously not real, still very nice to see. money origami commercials