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by Chris Itoh
One folder's personal experiences of two Asian origami conventions during the summer of 2012.
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Diagrams for a boar by Vietnamese folder Đỗ Trí Khải.
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by Wendy Zeichner
An interview with two pioneers of modular woven polypolyhedra.
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Diagrams for a Dragon head trophy, a variation of Paul Frasco's Dragon Whelp.
The Zipper Tessellation is a good starting point for many variations, such as the Zipper Ring and Vase, presented here with crease patterns and some diagrams.
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A simple yet elegant Sonobe variation by Meenakshi Mukerji.
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By Leonardo Pulido Martínez
Diagrams for a horse with rider by Columbian folder Leonardo Pulido Martínez.
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by Arnold Tubis and Carmen Sprung
Tubis and Sprung show that the same starting shapes used previously to create generalized masu boxes [Tubis and Pooley 2012] can be used to produce \(n\)-pointed 3D stars.
by Nick Robinson
A review of the NOA publication "Origami Boxes".
Ask non-origami people about paper mills, and someone will mention Fabriano. But do they also produce paper suitable for origami? Read our review on Ingres to find out.
Diagrams for the model Six Intersecting Pentagrams, plus an article on its history.
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By Shivaram Ananthanarayanan
Diagrams for a bell adorned with a peacock, inspired by traditional Indian bells.
by Francesco Mancini
Puzzles and Modular Origami have a lot in common. With both you get some units and must assemble them to get a 3D model. Here is an origami version for a classic Russian puzzle.
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by Andrew Hudson
One of the biggest questions in origami history has been, why did Yoshizawa's origami revolution come when it did? This article fills you in on the latest research and corrects some misconceptions.
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The analysis of a geometric construction for 1/3, and other fractions.
Tessellations have become increasingly popular in origami. But it's not always easy to get started. This article introduces some videos that can help you on the way.
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Diagrams for a dustpan by Ronald Koh folded from a square.
Tomoko Fuse's newest book is exquisite and all about spirals!
Reviewed by Ancella Simoes
It's every complex folder's dream: Over 30 path-breaking models by the talented Vietnam Origami Group published in a new collection by Nicolas Terry.
The final installment of our 2012 convention newsletter, bringing a taste of the New York OrigamiUSA Annual Convention to everyone, thrice!

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