This is a monthly feature wherein I show off my origami skills, mourn my photography skills, and talk about math. I primarily do modular origami.
A dodecahedron made of 108 degree modules, apparently invented independently by Robert Neale and Lewis Simon.
I think this is a fairly simple model, since it comes from Beginner’s Book of Modular Origami Polyhedra. But once I tried to teach it to kids, and it’s not a great model to teach to kids, trust me.