This amazing website is all about minimalist origami. Dinh is a master of creating sculptured origami forms with relatively few folds, but with a massive amount of expression. I wish I could wetfold even a fraction as well as this.
Eric Joisel was an extraordinary folder from Paris who produced some of the model amazing origami designs ever seen. Read about this origami legend on his old website address, which has been kept running as a tribute site by all those who loved him and admired him.
It seems that almost every compilation book or convention pack I read has a diagram by Stephan Weber in it. This is his personal website, and there is a nice gallery of his work, from classic to recent.
Nicolas Terry's monster website has everything that a paper folder could wish for - lots of diagrams, galleries of work from a number of origami artists, and a link to his Origami Shop, an online resource where I buy a lot of my paper and books from.
As well as folding paper and working as a doctor, I enjoy taking photographs. A lot of my photograph is of local wildlife in West London, or of animals at various parks and sanctuaries. As you can imagine, a lot of my origami work is influence by these photos.
Bushy Park DeerVarious photos of the deer from Bushy Park, Hampton Court