|original from the flexagon|
The next two are adjusted for color saturation.
Just in case you are interested in how the flexagon looks once it has been collaged, here you go. Once you fold the sections and link them, the flexagon flexs into three different parts.
Here are what the three sides of the flexagon look like when folded together. As an experiment I taped each side with clear tape as a precaution to keep the flexagon from tearing. It helps to keep the edges from wearing quickly. I especially like the blue and red piece, but as you saw above cutting and pasting made for some fun grids.