The New Yorker ran an article about an origami guy (Robert Lang) without any pictures of origami. Lang’s webpage is here and has lots of pictures, including a tarantula with an elaborate crease pattern.
What the New Yorker article really should’ve had is a picture of an origami sculpture along with a description of how it was done and why it was hard. I mean, the article was OK, but just generic journalism. If you’re going to do an article about an artist with unusual technical skills, why not discuss these a bit?