We’ve seriously never seen anything like this. Juho Könkkölä took a single sheet of paper to create a highly detailed Samurai warrior. It took about 50 hours, and there isn’t a rip or cut made in the painstaking process. He used a wet/dry folding technique on the 95×95 centimeter sheet of Wenzhou rice paper, and the result is nothing short of mindblowing. The artist stated that the detailed armor pattern was the most difficult aspect, but we chalk all of it up to a combination of tremendous skill, patience, and planning. The 28 centimeter-tall sculpture qualifies as one of the most interesting art projects we’ve seen in a long time. The crazy part is, the Samurai is one of many intricate origami projects by the 23-year-old Finn. Check out the video of his process below.