Jo Nakashima's YouTube channel is an excellent resource. His origami video tutorials are superb, with models for everyone from beginner to expert.
Dharma Trading Company is a great place to get supplies for making all kind colors on textiles. They are really cool and have a great philosophy.
This cool video walks through the traditional Japanese techniques of dyeing with indigo. It's full of information about dyeing and using different resists.
Appreciate the art of cutting and folding paper. NeoSpica shares models that can be folded, animated, and lit to make luminaries.
Page at Nebula Creations make really cool jewelry, mobIles and wall art from paper that she cuts with a laser and layers and then constructs.
Paletton has all kind of tools to get quick visualizations for color schemes. Stuff like simulating lighting, color blindness, all kinds of cool stuff
Bamboo and wire armatures are formed, handmade papers are applied, and lighting components are configured for the lighting sculptures.
Peter's specialty is the creation of pop-up-cards and the development of foldable objects made from paper and cardboard. Check it out.
A studio involved in lighting, furniture and sculptural structures, they commission for architects, interior designers, commercial business and private clients.
A new friend from a random meeting at the Art Institue of Chicago gift shop looking at silks, both Erin and I love the medium of color on silk!