On the road to the Guinness World Records with the Flag of Kosovo
Arbnora Fejza-Idrizi is trying to break a Guinness World Record by recreating the Flag of Kosovo with origami, a renowned Japanese form of art, that involves folding paper to create various forms.
The Flag of Kosovo, brought to life through origami, in the city of Skënderaj has a surface of over 1.200 square meters.
The current world record is held by a school in Mongolia, 1.161 square meters large.
Arbnora Fejza-Idrizi said she choose the flag as a gift for the country’s independence day on February 17.
“I’ve been working for about four hours a day for four months to shape the papers”, she said.
“Some sides of the paper needed 15 origami techniques in order for all parts to be equal so that they match with each other”, explained Idrizi.
To conclude, she added that her idea was to create something of enormous proportions and break another record after her two previous ones.