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A biodegradable painting on the U.N. lawn shows a dove and other origami models.
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by Matthias Yee
The adventures of a volunteer tech manager.
A printable crease pattern and photo diagrams for the top along with directions for making a masu box bottom to fit.
A book of clearly diagrammed, open modular spheres.
The Weimar Bowl would also make an attractive tea light holder.
Some stitching and a double blintz fold make a decorative sofa pillow.
by Arsalan Wares
A sturdy modular box and the mathematics behind it.
by Krystyna Burczyk and Wojtek Burczyk
Musings on art, kitsch, mathematics and the creative process. And lots of diagrams.
by Krystyna Burczyk and Wojtek Burczyk
The second part of an article about Krystyna Burczyk’s creative process with more diagrams to download.
A lovely, simple and functional design by Nick’s friend Doris Lauinger.
Each of the modules for this star requires just five folds.
A two-piece icosahedron that’s a gift box and an ornament.
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A one-on-one regatta in a simple origami model.
A ghost for summer folding that was designed on Valentine’s Day.
by Gay Merrill Gross
Laura Kruskal gave the author a precious set of hina dolls, which led to this story.
by Theodore Pomeroy
Thoughts on some of the early origami books in the author’s collection and more.
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by Sebastien Limet
One of a series of designs that Sebastien Limet created from surgical masks.
by Shriram Patki
A real bird whose mythological story goes back more than 1500 years.
An essay on the design possibilities of multiple blintzes.
by Patsy Wang-Iverson and Wendy Zeichner
A lovely e-book — free to download — of crowns and memories.

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