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Nate Eagleson and the fine art of Origami

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young jedi nate's origami

Nate Eagleson, ladies and gentlemen… Now this is absolutely hilarious.

Note that the above image gives good detail on the tear. At first I refused to make the tear, fearing it might damage the purity of the art, which had involved only folding and thumbtacks to that point, but eventually, my passion for realism (and pseudo-legible characters) surpassed my passion for artistic purity.

Many thanks to the Rite Aid Corporation, for providing the IS team with a digital camera that was sitting abandoned in my cube. I can completely understand why we would need such a thing.

You might not find the humor in this, but having worked at Rite Aid for 13 years, I feel able to say that it is, in fact, absolutely hilarious. The art of it is subject to the eye of the beholder, of course, but the canvas (my old cubicle at Rite Aid) is apropos or nothing, as is the medium he has chosen.

Nate, I wish I could have worked with you longer. Perhaps time and God will cause our paths to cross again. =:)

Author: Jason 'vanRijn' Kasper

My name is Jason 'vanRijn' Kasper. I am the ring leader of the amazing Kasper family. I am unashamedly a Christian Nerd. These are our stories....

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  1. πŸ™‚

    Glad you appreciated it. Mostly I’ve been getting asked “What’s that say?” which I answer, and subsequently get asked ”

    And yes, it was good working with you for the short time we did.

    Some day again, it will happen. Maybe not on this earth, but I will be seeing you again, and I’m looking forward to it.

    Here’s hoping we get m4d l337 b0x3n on the new heaven and earth. πŸ˜‰

  2. hmmm. Typo fixing:

    ‘and subsequently get asked “Okay, what’s that mean?” which I also answer.’

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