The Art and Craft of Geometric Origami Mark Bolitho 2017-10-03 With the increasing popular interest in mindfulness—and seeking quiet in the tumult of modern life—origami, the centuries-old practice of paper folding, has enjoyed a tremendous resurgence. With origins possibly dating to sixth century Buddhism, the art of creating shapes from pieces of paper offers an appealing combination of calming concentration and the opportunity to create small works of art with our own hands. This mind-bending collection of geometric origami includes twenty-seven inventive shapes, from simple one-piece pyramids to beautiful and intricate starbursts, each carefully designed and explained with illustrated step-by-step instructions. Also included are thirty-two sheets of origami paper to get you started.
Fabulous Modular Origami Tomoko Fuse 2018-09-12 This full-color guide by a modular origami expert presents extraordinary models for folders of all skill levels. Figures include a crown, star, flower, bird, cube, and other models.
Romantic Ideas Michael Webb 2016-06-17 This book contain 101 tips how to win over your partner heart.
Marvelous Modular Origami Meenakshi Mukerji 2020-03-27 This richly illustrated book provides step-by-step instructions for the construction of over 30 different modular origami structures. The author describes basic folding techniques required to construct the “modules” that are used as building blocks to construct complex ornamental models. The diagrams are clear, crisp, and easy to follow, and are accompanied by inspiring color photographs. Additional tips encourage the reader to design their own original creations. Advance Praise for Marvelous Modular Origami "A must-have for any modular origami polyhedra enthusiast." -Rona Gurkewitz, co-author of Multimodular Origami Polyhedra "The models are paper folding in its purest form. They range from simple Sonobe to floral and geometrical constructions. All are eye-catching and satisfying to fold, and the finished constructions are pleasing to behold. Also included are short sections on the mathematics behind the shapes and optimum color choices." -David Petty, author of Origami A-B-C "In this colorful book, you'll find wonderful original origami modular creations. Meenakshi's clear instructions and helpful hints will have you zipping through these modules as well as improvising your own." -Rachel Katz, co-author of FUN FOLDS: Language Learning Through Paper Folding "Marvelous Modular Origami is a colorful addition to the literature of mathematical origami." -Florence Temko, author of many origami and other craft books
The Numinous Legacy Adair Butchins 2002 Where is God in the universe if anywhere? Why did God make germs? Why should we be so special? Could the universe have been different? This is a book that brings home, in no uncertain fashion, the discrepancy between the universe envisaged by the ancient sages and prophets and that of modern scientific cosmology, where the possibility of divine intervention looks less and less likely. Butchins demonstrates with clarity how the scientific method may be used, despite certain drawbacks, in an attempt to verify objective truth. It describes how the effect of the Copernican Revolution in the seventeenth century has steadily undermined the basic structure of the three great monotheistic religions of our day, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, especially with respect to their eschatological concepts. The Eastern religions, being less anthropomorphic, are less affected. The theistic argument from design is shown to be powerful enough to have caused disagreement among present-day scientists, in spite of the strictures of Professor Dawkins. In general, the book attempts to make some sense of the structure of the universe in terms of our own consciousness; it behoves the reader to consider tha
Bugs and Birds in Origami John Montroll 2001-01-01 Contents: Goose - Cardinal - Crow - Snipe - Ibis - Flamingo - Ostrich - Pheasant - Quetzel - Pelican - Turkey - Woodpecker - Goose with wings outstretched - Pigeon - Hummingbird - Vlture - Robin - Crane - Parrot - Stork - Scavenger beetle - Ladybug - Fly - Spider - Wasp - Long-horned beetle - Earwig - Butterfly.
Origami Masters Bugs 2013-09-15 Presents instructions for creating twelve bug models from some of the biggest names in modern origami, in a tribute to the "Bug Wars" of the 1980s and 1990s that saw top folders compete to create complex origami figures.
Fantastic Flexagons Nick Robinson 2017-04-04 Are you ready to flip out? Hexaflexagons are six-sided, flat paper models that can be made to reveal hidden images through a series of flexes and folds. Flexagons were first introduced in a column written by Martin Gardner for Scientific American. From there, people started folding and figuring out creative ways to craft these interesting origami-like objects. Included in this delightful book are instructions and material to create hexaflexagons, tri-tetra flexagons, cubes, flexacubes, and more! Flexing kaleidocycles are shapes formed by taking several tetrahedra (four-sided 3D shapes) and joining their edges to form a ring, which can then be rotated so that it turns inside out to display a multitude different colors, shapes, and designs! This book contains: • A brief introduction on the history of hexaflexagons • Instructions on how to make 13 different fun flexagon models • 40 pages of easy tear-out pages with pieces to assemble your hexaflexagons People are still discovering new ways to innovate with these enjoyable creations—so with some study and practice, you may be able to come up with a unique design and enter the pages of flexagon history! All you need to do is to cut out and assemble the various models in this book to create the most intriguing and entertaining designs available. Start folding your flexagons now!
Mind-Blowing Modular Origami Byriah Loper 2016-10-11 Modular origami is the latest craze in paper folding! These three-dimensional models are created from a number of small pieces of paper that are easily folded and then cleverly fit together to form a spectacular shape. They range from paper polyhedra to bristling buckyballs that are reminiscent of sea urchins—to ornate flower-like spheres. Each piece of paper is held by the tension of the other papers—demonstrating the remarkable hidden properties of paper, which is at the same time flexible but also strong! Author Byriah Loper has been creating modular origami sculptures for just five years, but in that time, he's pushed the upper limits of the art form with some of the largest, most complex geometric paper constructions ever assembled. While many geo-modular origami artists focus on creating dense floral spheres, Byriah has pioneered the open, linear "wire frame" approach, which results in a very complex-looking model that reveals the interior of its form. He exhibits his sculptures annually at the Origami USA convention in New York, and was recently a featured artist at the "Surface to Structure" exhibition at the Cooper Union gallery in the East Village. A great way to learn origami, the easy-to-follow diagrams and step-by-step instructions in this book show you how to fold the paper components and then assemble them to create 22 incredible models. Each model is a new challenge, and the paper sculptures you create look fantastic on your desk or shelf!
Elizabeth in Love Laurie John 2000 Everybody's shocked by Elizabeth's new love . . . especially Jessica. Neil won't tell a soul his summer plans . . . does he have something to hide? Chloe and Nina friends? Weirder stuff has happened . . . like what's going on behind closed doors at the duplex.
Cut and Fold Paper Textures Paul Jackson 2017-01-24 This book will show you inspirational ways in which paper can be used to create textured and relief surfaces. These techniques are mostly intuitive and easy to make, requiring no origami or paper engineering knowledge. There are 12 different techniques: Twisting narrow strips to make "paper string," Weaving strips, Layering, Coiling, Tearing, Bending, Incising and Lifting, Crumpling, Pleating, Cutting Pleats, Stippling, and using Translucent Surfaces. Each is beautifully illustrated with creative examples, first made in white paper and then in papers of different colors, weights, and textures. Finally, inspirational photographs show the techniques applied by designers to clothing, furniture, jewelry, and homewares, as well as artworks. These techniques could be used by professional designers, design students in disciplines from textiles to interior design, and anyone with an interest in paper craft.
The Complete Book of Origami Polyhedra Tomoko Fuse 2021-08-24 Learn to fold incredible geometric origami models from "The Queen of Modular Origami!" In this book, Tomoko Fuse—Japan's most famous living origami artist—shows you how to create amazing polyhedral models using the techniques of modular origami (where many paper sheets are folded then locked together without glue or tape). Make 64 intriguing modular models, including: Stackable Modules—The perfect starting point for novices, these simple constructions result in stunning three-dimensional forms 3-D Stars—Dazzling decorative starbursts that look great on a Christmas tree, on your mantle—or even in an art gallery Manifold Modulars—"Inception-like" models in which individual modular constructions themselves become modules within a larger piece Cubes and Boxes—Perfect for gift giving—and there is no finer teacher for these than renowned origami box specialist Tomoko Fuse And many more! *Recommended for experienced folders and up*
Origami Worldwide John Montroll 2011-09-15 Origami goes global with 33 models by designers from more than 15 countries, including Australia, Hungary, Bolivia, China, India, and more. Figures range from simple to moderately difficult and include a frog, ocean liner, penguin, hot air balloon, dragon, and kangaroo. Notes on each model include comments on individual styles and methods of paperfolding.
The Essence of Geometry William Shiers 1836
Origami Animals Vicente Palacios 2012-09-21 Origami enthusiasts at all levels of experience will delight in these 20 imaginative models, ranging from the simple swan, rabbit, and dog to more complex models of the fox, elephant, and frog.
Brilliant Origami David Brill 1996 Detailed diagrams offer instruction on creating various kinds of toys and models, boxes and containers, human figures, and modular origami designs. Wet folding techniques are also introduced.
The Language of Gaming Astrid Ensslin 2011-11-29 This innovative text examines videogames and gaming from the point of view of discourse analysis. In particular, it studies two major aspects of videogame-related communication: the ways in which videogames and their makers convey meanings to their audiences, and the ways in which gamers, industry professionals, journalists and other stakeholders talk about games. In doing so, the book offers systematic analyses of games as artefacts and activities, and the discourses surrounding them. Focal areas explored in this book include: • aspects of videogame textuality and how games relate to other texts • the formation of lexical terms and use of metaphor in the language of gaming • gamer slang and 'buddylects' • the construction of game worlds and their rules, of gamer identities and communities • dominant discourse patterns among gamers and how they relate to the nature of gaming • the multimodal language of games and gaming • the ways in which ideologies of race, gender, media effects and language are constructed. Informed by the very latest scholarship and illustrated with topical examples throughout, The Language of Gaming is ideal for students of applied linguistics, videogame studies and media studies who are seeking a wide-ranging introduction to the field.
Origami from Angelfish to Zen Peter Engel 1994-08-18 "This splendidly written, richly illustrated book is unlike any ever written about origami" — Martin Gardner "Filled with provocative ideas and unexpected connections . . . truly inspirational." — Milton Glaser In this extraordinary book, Peter Engel, one of the America's most celebrated origami artists, explores the secrets of Japanese paperfolding and explains how to create complex animals and objects from simple squares of paper. The book begins with a clear and concise introduction to the terminology and basic techniques of paperfolding. Then, in a fact-filled exposition of origami's history and theory — including an extraordinary interview with Japan's legendary master, Akira Yoshizawa — the author, a writer and architect, explores origami's links with mathematics, art, philosophy, and nature. Challenging paperfolders to turn a "mute, geometric shape into a recognizable figure," the author provides clear, step-by-step instructions for 24 delightful projects of his own creations. His designs of simple fish and birds are easy to make. Others, including mammals and insects, use original techniques and pose a greater challenge. Among the models you'll learn to construct are an angelfish, hummingbird, penguin, giraffe, kangaroo, centipede, alligator, reindeer, elephant, butterfly, and knight on horseback. A photograph depicts each completed item. This absorbing book, with its contemporary approach to an ancient art form, will captivate paperfolders with hours of creative entertainment and provocative reading.
Origami Journey Dása Severová 2018-05-08 This book takes you onto an amazing journey into the world of geometric origami, a world full of shapes and colors. The author presents detailed step-by-step instructions for more than 35 original origami designs: stars, flowers, decorations and boxes. The models vary in difficulty from simple to complex. The book is divided into three chapters. The first chapter showcases modular models - models constructed from several identical units connected only by folding. The second chapter explores how to fold beautiful practical three dimensional models such as boxes, all from a single sheet. The third chapter focusses on decorative models such as stars and flowers, each to be folded from a single square or from other regular polygons. The Appendix will teach you how to obtain these regular polygons from usual square origami sheets or rectangles by folding and cutting them along the creases.This book is suitable for beginners and advanced origamists alike, offering challenging and appealing projects to everyone. With their unique style of diagramming, the instructions are precise, clear and easy to understand. If you like the beauty of geometry and enjoy being creative with your hands, this book is for you. Whether you are familiar with origami or not, it offers many hours of enjoyment.
Emerging Natural and Tailored Nanomaterials for Radioactive Waste Treatment and Environmental Remediation Changlun Chen 2019-04-25 Emerging Natural and Tailored Nanomaterials for Radioactive Waste Treatment and Environmental Remediation: Principles and Methodologies, Volume 29 provides an overview of the most important radionuclide sources in the environment, their interaction with environmental media, and appropriate remediation techniques. The book focuses on the assessment of radionuclide sorption behavior in contaminated sites and the synthesis of new materials for radionuclides remediation through sorption concepts. Chapters investigate the main interaction mechanisms between toxic/radioactive metal ions with natural and manmade materials, natural clay minerals and oxides, and novel nanomaterials, such as ordered mesoporous silicas, carbon nanotubes, graphene, and metal-organic framework-based materials. Techniques and models discussed include kinetics analysis, thermodynamic analysis, surface complexation models, spectroscopic techniques, and theoretical calculations. Provides a systemic discussion on the interactions between toxic and radioactive metal ions and natural and manmade materials Helps to select the best approach to remove toxic/radioactive metal ions from a surface Edited by a scientific authority in toxic/radioactive metal ion interactions
Cut and Fold Techniques for Pop-Up Designs Paul Jackson 2014-02-17 Introducing techniques for making pop-ups from one sheet of card, the third title in this series on paper engineering takes folding techniques into the third dimension. Each chapter introduces a new technical idea and shows how that technique can be adapted in many different ways, or combined with techniques from earlier chapters. These 3-D techniques can be incorporated into any design where typography and/or illustration are used, including mail-shots, personal publicity, invitations, business cards and greetings cards. With their emphasis on surface design over complex cutting, the pop-ups have an instant appeal for designers. Following the elegant, easy-to-follow style of Paul Jackson’s other titles for Laurence King, Cut and Fold Techniques for Pop-Up Designs is an essential resource for marketing professionals and design students.
Trash Origami Michael G. LaFosse 2012-07-10 Make fun and functional origami out of your spare paper with this easy origami book. Don't dump your wastepaper into the garbage—it's time to fold! World renowned origami artists and award-winning authors Michael G. LaFosse and Richard L. Alexander show you the way with Trash Origami. This origami book presents unique and fun projects from their Origamido Studio and from some of the world's best paper designers, including Nick Robinson, Herman Van Goubergen, and Rona Gurkewitz. The origami models are presented for the reader who may have little or no previous folding experience, making it a great origami-for-kids book and an effective way to learn origami. However, experienced paper folders will also be intrigued by the novel nature of the folds and the unusual materials involved. The origami designs are made from old calendar pages, candy wrappers, envelopes, newspaper, postcards, paper grocery bags and more. The downloadable video tutorial will make the folding process clearer and aid folders of all skill levels. Also provided is a guide to everyday materials that have the most folding potential leaving readers inspired to design and display their very own "trash" origami. This origami book features: Full-color, 95 page instructional book 25 unique origami projects Projects from top paper folding designers Clear, step-by-step directions Paper folding techniques and tips Accompanying downloadable instructional video Get ready to look at the contents of your wastebaskets and recycling bins with a different sensibility. You'll never need to buy expensive origami paper again! Origami projects include: Photo Cubes Candy Wrapper Butterflies Interlocking Flower Petals Custom-Bound Books And many more…
North American Animals in Origami John Montroll 1995-01-01 Provides detailed, step-by-step instructions for making folded-paper versions of animals from the coasts, the desert, the mountains, the woodlands, and the far North, including a roadrunner, a bobcat, a raccoon, and a moose
Origami Design Secrets Robert J. Lang 2011-10-05 The magnum opus of one of the world’s leading origami artists, the second edition of Origami Design Secrets reveals the underlying concepts of origami and how to create original origami designs. Containing step-by-step instructions for 26 models, this book is not just an origami cookbook or list of instructions—it introduces the fundamental building blocks of origami, building up to advanced methods such as the combination of uniaxial bases, the circle/river method, and tree theory. With corrections and improved illustrations, this new expanded edition also covers uniaxial box pleating, introduces the new design technique of hex pleating, and describes methods of generalizing polygon packing to arbitrary angles. With coverage spanning the foundations of origami construction and advanced methods using both paper and pencil and custom-built free software, Origami Design Secrets helps readers cultivate the intuition and skills necessary to develop their own designs. It takes them beyond merely following a recipe to crafting a work of art.
Essential Origami Steve Biddle 1991-05-15 Provides instructions for ten base folds and numerous variations to create traditional and contemporary origami models, including animals, flowers, toys, boxes, and decorations
Mathematical Magic William Simon 1993-01-01 Stimulating treasury of entertaining tricks, stunts, and magical effects based on such mathematical principles and ideas as magic squares, the Fibonacci Series, Moebius strips, cycloids, topology, and more. Only simple props required: from playing cards and matches to coins. No magic or mathematical skills needed.
Exquisite Modular Origami Meenakshi Mukerji 2011-11-01 This is a step by step how-to book for making modular origami models based on polyhedra. You will be amazed that these stunning models are made out of something as ordinary paper. Author Meenakshi Mukerji is the winner of Origami USA's 2005 Florence Temko Award. You are bound to love this book if you love origami, polyhedra, symmetry, geometry, and mathematics. Or you will simply love it. The models presented here are proven favorites, the diagrams having been wanted by fans worldwide. Expect hours of enjoyment folding over a dozen models and learn about polyhedra while you enjoy. Remember to visit the author's popular origami website, Some praise for her previous books in the same subject, Marvelous Modular Origami (2007), Ornamental Origami: Exploring 3D Geometric Designs (2009), and Origami Inspirations (2010) is below:“Meenakshi's work is both intricate and lovely. She's greatly respected in the origami world, one of the well-known world leaders in modular origami. Her books offer a nice exposition of the mathematical elements, but you're not being hit over the head with math lessons. You learn things without even realizing that you have.” —Robert Lang, world's leading origami artist“A whole book [Origami Inspirations] full of amazingly attractive new modular pieces, highly recommended to all modular folders and those wanting to dabble in this pastime. High standard of diagramming and model novelty applied throughout.”—David Petty, British Origami Society“Mukerji presents yet another colorfully illustrated book, Origami Inspirations, showing in clear diagrams how to make complex three-dimensional figures by folding paper.”—SciTech Book News“Ornamental Origami is a wonderful book for both math and origami lovers alike. The author provides, clear descriptions and beautiful photographs.”—MAA Reviews“Ornamental Origami is essentially a study of polyhedra but in a way that brings out the symmetry in subtle ways. It builds up very complicated results from simple modules so that even a beginner in origami can follow and learn about polyhedral symmetry by assembling them. It should definitely find a place in school teaching or mathematics clubs.”—John Sharp, The London Mathematical Society Newsletter
Mixing and Mastering in the Box Steve Savage 2014-08-01 Mixing and mastering are the final challenges in creating great recordings. Great mixes require both creativity and a practical understanding of process, while final masters require both a clear sense for purpose and specialized ears for achieving artistic goals. Mixing and Mastering in the Box gives readers the practical tools for accomplishing both of these tasks while highlighting the artistry of the creative process. While much of the information presented in Mixing and Mastering in the Box is applicable to those using analog mixing gear, or a hybrid of digital and analog tools, the book focuses directly on working completely within the Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). Author Steve Savage lets readers in on such topics as the secrets of collaboration and using EQ, compression, delay, reverb, and brickwall limiting to improve the sound of records, each topic illustrated with a myriad of concrete examples. Mixing and Mastering in the Box is the ultimate reference manual for the home recordist and the perfect basic to intermediate text for any DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) training class in mixing or mastering. The book is also ideal for readers who handle their own mixing and mastering or who wish - or are professionally required - to be better informed when collaborating on mixes and masters.
Tomoko Fuse's Origami Art Tomoko Fuse 2020-05-19 Tomoko Fuse has been one of the world's premier origami artists for more than 35 years. This beautifully photographed book examines the three-dimensional geometric designs she is famous for. Fuse, often referred to as "the queen of origami," discovered the art of folding paper at just seven years old. She has come a long way since then, having had her work highlighted in exhibitions around the world, including Paris Origami (Carrousel du Louvre, 1998), On Paper (Crafts Council London, 2002) and her solo show Yorokobi (Bauhaus Dessau, 2004). In addition to teaching, folding and writing, she also collaborated with designer Denis Guidone for Milan Design Week 2018 and was a featured artist in Nova's episode "The Origami Revolution" (February, 2017). An artistic anthology of her most impressive work, Tomoko Fuse's Origami Art can serve multiple purposes: as inspiration for an experienced origami folder; as a truly impressive coffee table book for the artistically-minded; or as a push for intermediate folders to try their hand at modular origami models.
Tomoko Fuse's Origami Boxes Tomoko Fuse 2018-04-10 With this origami-how-to book, learn how to fold unique gift boxes that are as unique as the treasures they hold! Considered the most famous living origami master, Tomoko Fuse is known for her expertise in box-folding and other origami paper craft styles. The simple flat box, or tato, is an excellent introduction to the art of beginner origami and allows readers to "start small," then build to more intricate pieces. Handmade paper boxes are an expression of origami crafts at their very best. Experiment with different thicknesses, textures, and origami paper designs of paper for a true one-of-a-kind presentation. Step by step instructions and diagrams guide you from start to finish as you create: Flat boxes in several different shapes Boxes with multifaceted tops Box tops with spiraled flourishes And so much more Origami box folding is a relaxing and satisfying craft for all levels of expertise and—with a little practice and this easy origami book—gift-giving will never be the same.
Dollar Bill Origami John Montroll 2003-09-12 Step-by-step instructions and clear diagrams show paper folders at all levels of expertise how to fashion 37 origami models from dollar bills. Beginners will enjoy making a boat and a butterfly. Windmills and peacocks will suit intermediate-level hobbyists. An alligator and bison should prove no problem for advanced paper folders.
Origami Birds John Montroll 2013 This compilation of 34 original models by origami master John Montroll offers folders illustrated directions for creating a fabulous array of avian creatures. Ranging in difficulty from intermediate to complex, the figures include a hen, chick, and rooster; waterfowl such as a duck, heron, and swan; and other wild and domesticated birds.
Kusudama Origami Tomoko Fuse 2002 Kusudama Origami is a Japan Publications publication.
Origami In Action Robert J. Lang 1997-05-15 Every project in the book can really move! Origami in Action presents 39 actions origami models that are as animated as they are exquisite. Each project is complete with clear step-by-step diagrams, instructions, and a photograph of the finished model. Included are such traditional favorites as the cootie catcher and the waterbomb, as well as some modern novelties--a strumming guitar player and a toothy Tyrannosaurus Rex. Other projects include: --Flapping Butterfly --Blow-up Bunny --Barking Wolf --Talking Dragon --Wagging-Tail Doggie --Boardsailor --Swimming Manatee --Indian Paddling a Canoe
Oriland Balloon Ride Yuri Shumakov 2015-03-26 Oriland Balloon Ride will show you how to make fabulous origami hot air balloons of various shapes from the classic "inverted tear drop" balloons to the sophisticated round balloons à la Montgolfier! Begin your origami balloon adventure! Do-It-Yourself - fold these fantastic volumetric designs, created by Yuri and Katrin Shumakov! There are one-piece balloon designs as well as multi-piece balloons, consisting of a balloon envelope and a basket, connected together without any glue, just using clever paper locks. Balloon envelopes differ by shapes, types of locks, quantity of pieces of paper (modular and one-piece) and quantity of sections. There are two types of baskets presented with these origami balloons - the Square Basket and the Round Basket. In the in-depth introduction to the book, the authors are shedding light on Oriland origami balloon designs, its different variations and gives practical advises, so that you will have all the insights to begin your origami balloon fiesta fun! There are 530 detailed step-by-step colorful vector- and photo-diagrams with thorough written instructions and 100+ photos of examples of completed projects that will guide you through folding the 11 original origami designs. For every project, there are recommendations on paper type and size including an indication of the size of the completed model. The designs are intermediate and complex level of folding and are a good challenge for the novice folder as well as an enjoyable experience for the expert. Fold these unique cheerful designs of hot air balloons! They can be a wonderful decoration and a treasured gift for your friends and family. Have a wonderful and fun time with this book creating a whole fleet of fabulous origami hot air balloons! Happy folding! For free downloads of printable balloon patterns and more details on this book, visit our website at The designs included into this book are: Hot Air Balloon (Modular Envelope, Outside Top Lock), Square Basket, 1-Piece Hot Air Balloon (Outside Top Lock), 1-Piece Tubby Balloon (Outside Top Lock), Hot Air Balloon (Modular Envelope, Inside Top Lock), the 1-Piece Hot Air Balloon (Inside Top Lock), 1-Piece Tubby Balloon (Inside Top Lock), Montgolfier Balloon (8-Module Envelope), Round Basket, Montgolfier Balloon (4-Module Envelope), Montgolfier Balloon (1-Piece Envelope).
Cut and Fold Techniques for Promotional Materials Paul Jackson 2013-03-04 Cut and Fold Techniques for Promotional Materials is a unique collection of over 40 attention-grabbing cut-and-fold designs that when printed and illustrated form memorable give-aways to promote and advertise services and products. The book provides a one-stop source for novelty promotional materials, many appearing in print for the first time. Some designs are interactive toys that turn inside out or reveal hidden faces when played with, others are more practical, offering ingenious ways to fold-up letters, brochures and posters, or to create novelty envelopes and leaflets. All the designs will enhance a message or presentation, grabbing attention in ways that simple printing can never achieve. Following the elegant, easy-to-follow style of Paul Jackson’s other titles for Laurence King, Cut and Fold Techniques for Promotional Materials is an essential resource for marketing professionals and design students, and an inspirational guide to anyone looking to enhance the presentation of their product or service.
Karakuri Keisuke Saka 2010-03-16 Originally published: Tokyo: Shubunsha, 2007.
Advanced Origami Michael G. LaFosse 2012-09-04 Take your paper folding to an advanced level with this user-friendly origami book. From shimmering hummingbirds to magnificent bats, from a stunning panther mask to graceful sea turtles, Michael G. LaFosse's complex and beautiful origami projects are well known around the world. Focusing on models from nature, Advanced Origami provides unparalleled instruction on how to create master-class level 3D origami paper folding projects. The origami designs are challenging—they require some folding experience—but the results are more origami art than craft. Paper folders will create projects that can be displayed or given as gifts. Sophisticated origami or paper crafts fans will appreciate the unique origami designs along with complete detailed instructions and easy-to-follow color photos and diagrams. Advanced Origami also features information on paper selection and preparation, advance techniques such as "wet folding" and making your own paper. This origami book contains: 128 page, full-color book 15 original and challenging projects Step-by-step instructions Colorful diagrams and photographs Advanced techniques and tips In recent years origami has evolved beyond simple folding and creasing into a true art form akin to sculpture. For those seeking to learn origami at such a level, Advanced Origami provides all the essential information and techniques. Soon you will be able to design and fold your own origami sculptures! Origami projects include: North American Cardinal Koi Fish Origamido Butterfly Pond Frog And many more…
Amazing Origami Boxes Tomoko Fuse 2018-04-19 Beautiful, full-color photographs accompany step-by-step instructions and diagrams for 20 functional boxes, which range from conventional squares to those in the form of a bird, basket, cat's head, flower, and more.
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