"Telephone origami," taught by verbal directions alone, is a long-lost art. One of the best examples is Alice Gray's rendering of Fred Rohm's iconic Star of David moneyfold, originally published in The Origamian.
A brief history of origami as a therapy tool along with personal experiences of folding for rehabilitation.
This is the first in a series of articles highlighting Community Origami Groups (COGs). This spotlight focuses on AOS, the Albuquerque Origami Society.
The first in a series on origami diagramming, this video focus on using Inkscape, a free vector drawing program, to draw origami crease patterns precisely.
A lost shoe, a jar, a mysterious dog, an ugly cat, and the simplest Sudoku ever. Yes, it is a convention report. An Italian one. And yes, you've got to read it!
A compilation of many reports from the 2012 Origami Caravan excursion to the Miyagi region of Japan.
The second installment of our 2012 convention newsletter, bringing a taste of the New York OrigamiUSA Annual Convention to everyone, twice!
This is the first installment of our new convention newsletter, bringing a taste of the New York OrigamiUSA Annual Convention to everyone!
Thinking about some special decoration for the upcoming holidays? Here is a great project created by Kindergarten students at Oahu’s Le Jardin Academy that would work great for any special celebration.
A method for making four-compartment side–to–side or corner–to–corner divider inserts for prism-shape containers with square faces is generalized so as to produce n equal compartments of specified height for a container with an n–sided regular-polygon face.
Crease pattern for Toshikazu Kawasaki's Dragon inspired by a statue in Barcelona. OrigamiUSA members have contributed diagrams and a video tutorial for this model as well.
An expanded version of a 5OSME convention commentary that appears in the Winter 2011 issue of The Paper, pp 18-19. Many more interesting experiences and color photos that could not be included in The Paper version due to limited space.