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by Yossi Nir
A neat box and the math underlying it.
by Caleb Witte
A simple rocket with a retractable flame.
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by Miyuki Kawamura
Three modules make a hanging ornament, while the strong lock allows for 6-,12-, 20-, 30-piece, and even larger versions.
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Does avoiding glue spark creativity?
A heart with a pocket in front, and, in one variation, a little vase on the back.
A framework for creating new tessellations from a basic starting point. Crease patterns can be downloaded as a PDF booklet.
A box you will enjoy folding again and again.
A modular with a flowerlike twist, a color change and a secure lock.
A beautiful floral offering.
Rings, stars, polyhedra and action models in a well-designed new book.
Joseph Hwang’s third book focuses on the sea.
Try your hand at these two designs from "Marine Origami."
An origami version of a newly discovered solution to a longstanding geometric problem.
Happenings at last year’s Colombian convention.
A pretty brooch along with directions for cutting a regular pentagon.
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by Miyuki Kawamura
A house that makes a convenient gift box.
by David Ellison
The first design by a young folder.
by Kevin Wong
A high-school club promotes origami through a library display.
A cute and easy-to-fold little insect.

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