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50K Giveaway Results!
In my last video, you were asked to vote on your favorite 5 contest entries. In just 10 days, over 90 people voted, all 350 of their votes were tallied, and the winners were selected! Each of the winners will receive a copy of “Wondrous One Sheet Origami,” in addition to original models folded and […]
New Video: Origami Frog (Beth Johnson)
I recently finished working on a new instructional video! This time, I demonstrate how to fold an Origami Frog designed by Beth Johnson. For this model, you will need one square sheet of paper. I recommend using thicker paper such as tant to fold this model. However, thinner paper such as kami also works well. […]
New Video: Origami Burr Puzzle (Froy)
I recently finished working on a new instructional video! This time, I demonstrate how to fold an Origami Burr Puzzle designed by Barlaham Benítez Vargas (Froy). For this model, you will need 6 square sheets of paper. Each unit is folded from a single square, and I recommend using 6″ squares to fold the units. […]
New Video: Snapology Icosahedron (Heinz Strobl)
Snapology Icosahedron (requires approximately 40 strips of paper) I recently finished working on a new instructional video! This time, I demonstrate how to fold Heinz Strobl’s “Snapology Icosahedron.” Snapology is a paper-folding technique which involves using long strips of paper to create complex geometric polyhedra. The video covers the icosahedron which is one of the […]
Surface to Structure: Folded Forms
Surface to Structure: Folded Forms was an origami exhibition showcasing the work of 88 artists from five continents. The exhibit was held from June 19 – July 3, 2014 at 41 Cooper Square, an art museum run by The Cooper Union in New York City. The exhibit marked the 55th anniversary of the first origami […]