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Issue 35 (Winter 1990)

Issue Number: 
35
Issue Year: 
1990
Page Information: 
24 pages
Mailed: 
Upcoming

Cover

Photo of deg farrelly's Pennsylvania "ORIGAMI" license plate

Features

  • Origami: Here, There, and Everywhere! (results of a contest to submit origami sitings)
  • Obituary: Marion Costa
  • The Year of the Apatosaurus (with list of all folders who donated models for the Holiday Tree)
  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan
  • Bent Out of Shape by Joanne Ortman, reprinted from Manifold
  • Some Practical Advice for Folders by Paul H. Krueger
  • Trees by Members
  • Diagramming: Part V by Robert Lang
  • Book Reviews
    • The Gliding flight by John M. Collins, reviewed by Frank F. Fincken III
    • Origami Faces by Jean-Jerome Casalonga and Louis Mhaimeux, reviewed by Mark Kennedy
    • Origami Boxes by Tomoko Fuse, reviewed by Wendy Zeichner
    • One Dozen Folds by Nick Robinson, reviewed by Mark Kennedy
    • Animal Origami by Edwin Corrie, reviewed by Mark Kennedy
    • The Complete Origami Course, reviewed by Jan Polish
  • Mountains and Valleys by Jean-Paul Latil

Departments

  • News from the Home Office
    • A Letter from our President by Michael Shall
    • There's No Place Like the Home-Office by Brad Blumenthal
    • More News: Monthly Folding Meetings; Committees; Special Sessions; Lending Library; Origami by Children
  • News from Members
    • News from or about: Brad Blumenthal; Milton Lederman; Harry Eagle; Walter Enloe and the Thousand Crane Club; Peter Engel; Origami in Weyerhauser Today Magazine
  • Regional Groups and Meetings List
  • International News
    • Noah's Ark collage by Milada Blahova (Czechoslovakia)
    • An American in Japan by Meade Pimsler
    • More News from: International Origami Center, Japan; Elsje van der Ploeg, Holland; and Origami Munchen, Germany from Rene Lucio
  • News from the Supply Center

Diagrams

  • Sun Visor by Geoffrey Katz, diagrams by Mark Kennedy
  • Three-Headed Dragon by Milada Blahova, with Bird Base diagrams by Mark Kennedy
  • Cobra by Timothy Murphy