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An intermediate-level sculptural Goat that benefits from careful detailing at the end of the folding process.
Most of the models in this book start from classic bases, but they go in new directions from there, and they look more complex than they actually are.
An origami Dracula with some scarily interesting folds.
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A 12-piece star named for the designer's adopted city.
by Laura Rozenberg1
In 1952, Gershon Legman, the origami pioneer, explored folding as therapy at a mental health clinic in Harlem.
A new book by Marc Kirschenbaum just in time for Halloween.
by Nachat Jatusriptak
A graceful crane with feathered wings.
A simple, decorative modular — best made from heavy, smooth paper — that slides to changes shape.
A nicely piggish dollar-bill design.
“Origami Fun and Games” features fun models for folders at every level. Learn more about this selection of models from Marc Kirschenbaum.
Two hieroglyphs from Anita’s Egyptian origami series.
An attractive new book from “the queen of stars.”
This simple pear with leaves can be modified to make other fruits.
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Michael La Fosse named this splendid butterfly for Wendy Zeichner, the CEO of OrigamiUSA, in appreciation of her work as an origami ambassador.
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An elegant two-fold module is assembled with just one additional fold into a neat ring with a strong lock.
A striking origami representation of Tehran’s iconic Freedom Tower.
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An enticing candy dish used by the author to hold wedding candies.
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By Shriram Patki
The inspiration for this origami design was the face of Lord Ganesha (the Indian elephant god). Ganesha is also known as Ekadanta, which means The One-Tusked.
A book of charming animals for the advanced folder who enjoys acrobatic moves.

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