Issue 24, September–October, 2014

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by Wendy Zeichner
The "Surface to Structure: Folded Forms" exhibit held at The Cooper Union was a win-win for origami and a new curator, student Uyen Nguyen.
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Two 3D tessellations: a brick wall and an octahedral-tetrahedral truss network.
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Diagrams for a 30-unit modular design by Ekaterina Lukasheva.
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A quick and easy method of folding a heptagon by Jacques Justin and some related discussions. Francesco Mancini found the method in a pile of letters and notes that he inherited from Roberto Morassi's origami archive.
A book review for "Practigami," a compilation book of models with practical value designed by many folders.
This article, as well as the next five, are dedicated to Japanese papers. First up: the iridescent paper Karaperapisu!
Diagrams for various decorative cubes based on Froebel designs applied to blintzed windmill bases.
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by Jean Baden-Gillette
Diagrams for the 2014 OrigamiUSA Holiday Gift.
Unlike her models, Anja is petite only on the outside. She tells us about her bold steps to become a professional origami artist, and her special ability to fold a 18 mm square into a rat. You can also read my attempt to fold miniatures under Anja's guidance, a unique experience I totally failed.