If you mention pizza to an tradltion with Chinese-japanese mlgin:s

,

ltal ian or samba to a Brazi I La t1 they wi II and a European tradition wh ich (lrigi naterl

know instantly what you mean and j~ is the in Spain.The craft of orlgarni as we know il

SJ 11U:: i 1,- you say or~ga m i to 1 he japanese, today in the WeSL began in theearly 19505

they understand imme-diately that you are in Englarld. and ctH"Ilacts with Japan for a

'La I ki ng about I he art of papertolding, deeper kn(Jwl,edg~ of the art 500n

They might even be so nil,Uered by inspired others to form a network

your interest in the subject of enthuslaslic anrl creative

rhat Ihey would give paperfclders in Britain,

you surne tips 011 tile U niter! States

the craft, They and Europe.

• Since

may probably

even fold n crane bird ior you, wh ich

is LhE' traditional Iapanese

beca me deep l y j nterested in the r raft

of origami,

model that m.inv lapanese discovered rh.it it involves not

people can ralel. However, iust J~ oilly folded paper ffijLlres but also

l10wanays plzzaand the sambaare nol the personaln i ~'5 and 11 i n ,bit.' n ngers ot

con{in~d to Iheir cOlmlry uf origil1, origilmi ,heir (~riginiltors. - I have traveled through

is toun d nil'[ nn 'I y in Jilp'd II but hL'lSITM ny uuu ntries I ry i r1g h ~ trace :1 hese people

also beei i i nrroduced into many COLm tries. and, i 11 th is bonk, I wi j I present some ~ ~r ! he

• H' you Me interested in fi ndi ng out marie rnorlels I carne across duri I1g my tr~ ps.

about the history (:If r'aperfolding, you will

• Folding brings opport unities [ur

cnrne across lWll di ffel (m1 lr~d uions. I hat unfold i ngl

ME~ believed to have developed ~nrlEren('lenlly or each other: an Asiati c

Paulo Mulatlnho

Paulo MlJ"'atinho

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30-Fol,d~by'--Fold Projects

I1ART'lVli.llL ll~U.1KS. INt:

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Presentin~ Girts Bow:1 5!i

C,iH Rf)X r;t~

Mdterictl 1 Symbols 6

Simple and An'll<lizing Models Envelope 0

Cross d Box 1·!lo?i111 I U No~e and MU~li'll hf;:~ 12 pJperholder 14

Duuhl e I I ca rts 1 CI

Clip It}

TIlt' Shirl 011 Ontl'" Bat k 20 Annw 21

Objel'l 23

Nun 14

Pipt- 2b

Origami Zoo

Shy VOlI ng Hare J (J n'ph.ml J~

'Frog J.J

MQuse l£J

P'mrirl. 38

for a. Desk Top Pir lure frame .. p) Note Book 4R Cnn'tJ lner 50

Fol rler s 2

[),my'~ Env{"lnpe .5-<1

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'hrislrnas Decoration Star III

Ang ~I (?4

D{l!{ uration 66 Hill1ry ~;ml.J M,l.

Geol'llelrii Figure! t.ube T!.

( )pcn L uhf> 7 {~ Sonobe Cubs if.

Material

'What do I need for origami?

The '1I1S\'\' ~r is simpk: 'lIsl I perl

Yuu Cdfl lind paper j 1St allow ilnywhere In many cliff rpnl qualities and sizes. 'rou can use Clny Iypp of p~pt'r yOLJ like as lung a'S il ran he fulllN!. Onp-wimerl or muiricolored. Ihick Of rhin smooth 01 rough, expensive or rhea!!, I arge or smail - i l d II df'pend"i on ymJr ~2l!$t€ am'l the model you w;;Jnl 10 m;jkt ...

Yml can usc girl wrapping-paper, rlr.n.'iing-p(lp~r, wri1ing-papel', pJ,u."i wrapping raper, paper used lill handlrr, rn;, ~II' I Q on. The ol11y d lsarlvnntage nf I he-se 1}lpes. of papers i<; lhd you fi rst have In cur them 10 I he (. Irr~~('1 starl ing "iz(_' i Ir yow mode! - . " most cases ,i'\ square, sornetim ':;. r I.b X n.25 In t~g.7 x 2' rn). If you W<1nt ltl save YOl.l!'''~'II' liTIs c hore, ynu should nuy wigJnli paper which comt's in (l 'jlluilr(' and i~ ideal iOI folding. 'ybur loe')l statlonerv or h':lr1dinrlfls shop wlll probably h~ve a. ,01~( tli.n, I tilkp, li'llll; pa k If

ori~<1mi pap r wllh m vl:'fywh 'FL'

and am I'p.ady ttl 5[211 t tnld i ng whenever rhc ocrnsion J~rr·,~f.'nb Ils('II.

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rO~LJr~ s.ide down

Co".,~d ,III., up

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n, f(llh""'in~ l'dwing i~ -ilHWn til .L 1JI8':! ..... Ii~'

Ilr' 'r {~II 'hi' mnrlol II Ih i~, p"U'i Illll' lold II III !Ill' nm~r.II"n .1lo1~WI1

fr)lrfin~ is easy ''12
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~ I n the followi ng instructions you wi II fi nrl all the inlorrnation you need for folding a model set out in the form of drawings. Lines and arrows tell you what to do. ach of these internationally accepted symbols has its own meaning and is explained here. lin the 'instructions themselves I have only added explanatory text where I considered it helpful, or to point out stages where things may possibly go wrong. Each individual step shows which fold should be made. The result of this fold is shown in the following drawing ror the nexl step.

Wha~ m .. kes <li mountoin jolt! and .1 vallev In d depends on til v.ewing all~lt~. Turning Ih~ p.1ppr ow! ch<lnges ;1 v,;jIIl'Y furd into ,I mountain fold and vlcc versa.

6

TIle lnstrurtions in th is book, wi>~h the mountain and valley folds and the

different types or aHOWS, constitute a kind of "Ianguage' between you and me: you would like to fold the model shown and I would like to explain the folding sequence to you by means of the clrawinw •. Since

'we cannot hold a "true" dialogue, I hope that as few rnisurrderstandings LIS possible will arise between us. However, if any do, ~11P fault is certainly mine. I do realize that L1 set of instructions cannot be perfectly dear to everyon '.

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drawings, can cas'ily get stuck during th folding. each one in a rlifferent place. WOlT)lI/ng over it just does not help. rut the paper ~l~ide, do something else fo'!" <I while, and at a second attempt you will probably get the hang 01 it limmedi""t,e~y. Do not worry about maki ng m istakes, they can lead you to yuur ~ooll,

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Simple and

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Amazing Models

Envelo'pe

TR 0111 Nt\l

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Crossed Box Pleat

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:\0 new cr('ascs are i>i.:IIfi1~ l11;tdc' i n ~tq) ii, but the,' ('xlsting mountain ,l~ well ,Ill v·"lIe), folds have to bc· u(!ased dga~n ,harply. This will make it easier to rush II.w parts rng(·thf>l· in tlK' next ,tP[K

VI/hell pushing 11K' edges together, make sine that the mountain aile!

va110V' fol'd~ ("orrt,:!;pond to Iht, ones in thl:' dr.lwirli1. "Tum til(' 1l]()(lPl' over ,1it(;!r ymr h.ivo stressed thp relief.

Push Il1r,: n.lIh logptlwr in IllI'

I "Ilter ~iIld n.ltrl'!1 tilt, up~I'1I1di,ng pd1rth to Uw <ide.

Nose and .Mustache

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HUMI HUZITA

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This model by Professor f~tJr1l'i I'jl!ll.'ita can be used for 111i1I,lY purposes. When pi,lper size II' ,6 x W2 S in

129.7 x 21 em) Is used for this model, depencimg on the lhicklwss of the papf'f, il will he suiuhllt, for d I'caddy" with a b,]s(l rnr~i1gllf'in)~ :lppf()xil!n,1l(~lly 'f x 4 ill< (I n,'i x In.'; ern! rh,ll c.an i>~ IISf'd for holding "11!'IlI()-p.JI)(~r, ;lTId ,dso I'or IIJlnpU1PI' dio;ks or for musk t'J~scfll(':;. For the dr-ij:ll1l'ni paperholrJ(>r shown LIl the pil lilllT' (I)d~C (,) x b in P I x 1:; emil, 1 havc used .,1 starling size 01 17 XII:l in '42 1 x 30.2 em).

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Double Hearts

FRAN IS Ow

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r-r~nci Q\V t'I'lllillly UI;~"1 mnrJlJlar ~nd l:lelm''lPlti ( ell rl"llds. anri he i .1 PIOIl 'PI 1 II I his dleil nf fJrrp;~lmL Ht~w ve~ h IS disc; rtlmu~!. rhmllghOlll I h ' wndrl It 111'" I"U innurn rablrhe: rl designs thl'll enl Id fill a W 10 t xxrk. Th dev lopment ur th~s modeol 1.1S i-{ivt'n hrm so tlUJrl'l flit: sur thot h€' wallt to i"':<pre5s Lh. iJ I1l hi~ ilrfeUirm (rll Ilw ra~l oj tnigtunf,

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rold only Uw front I tq'('r (j i tI, re pa JWI"

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FI.1Jl fcmv,m'J, \11l1;h lH'dl"ts at Ihe back

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'{rililf'y iu1ld (lilly !,II~ InllJll~ h1l-'(erin skp In.

Hide the bridge on the inside.

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The Sh irt Off One's Back

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Arrow

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THOKI VENN

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Nun

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KUNIHIKO KASAHARA

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I:in,lilly 1C00llJd out 11:li' bowl 01 lhc pilW .lIHI givE' ~11l' If](Ju1i1pieu' the !;tl,lpe you like:,

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Origami Zoo

Shy Yo,ung Hare

THOKI VENN

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EOWIN CORRIE

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h r~,wl1l.11 IltUlJltWill (bId ul"l the Ilil!:k.

Her~ei)t Itw rq.lds tor the' hId .md IhL I :!1I't OIJ the 11<1 k

Ikpeo1l'lil 'h~~ iotds 1m Ihi! bad.

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ThF" dl''llli I c-d cI r,lIN I ngs <1-1 I, ~lm\'1i rhe S('~lLl<i:'Il, l' oli 1blds fill huHI of ffw: fnml I('~ th~l h,wc I'[) be f()l,~k,d rl'urn ~L~ i!lwk

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Mouse

EDUARDO CLEMENTE:

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[-"uld itlfll\ lilt:' back I:ayer III Glep f~, th .. ~ 1i'Cl11'1 I'll ngiE reman,,,, Imi,ol,1 rl.

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L ih tile: t:"11·~ jilne!

. . 'I'f' !i'1I1 bnllg,,_

i 111"0 the Shdp,1 y()U like.

- '1 the folds

Reped ... lith

. ~tt'n 111 "v\

Hl .. " .. ]'.,

I . U" tiler SIC Ie r lfl ,

of tilt' model.

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Th« ,iZ1~ of lilt, IJdlkr fur lilt' IWdd .ind ior (ill! ilndy is icl(:<ntrccll.

KUNIHIKO KASAHARA

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Tud the hody ul" in h Iw~ t1

111 taYf'i~ of III

h i\d, Inf rhe pn,; rlon ."ULJ lik~

For a

Desk Top

Picture Frame

LARRY HART

CD

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l:i1<lrlmg.511.·: I I,I..J X I:U,1i in

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III stups ':! ,} mi i 0 lolrJ I'hl! hor iZOfclt;l1 ~n,d verti~f tedg'(;~ to corresprmrl \~ilfLl t~l~~ illCl411;! fyr the piclliTc In I~ fr.:m1l"lI. lill" L:xJrnpl~ .,hov,i!l h(~r~ r~ ,l WI~t' arrl, ~,i ZI! 4" (;:, iLli

,1'0.'; x II', crni.

Tfl'k~' (l.tH 1'lw

1)1' IUrt" ,11It'l 'rU1.1 h,w, fn~<I('d 1111" (ii(>'lSe!.. III ~~el) 10.

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1,'ltlew' Ihe pn:1u!'t' rfill w,:.u'il in ih~ !;lJfHt~ 111 Iii,' ,,'pnl k' I oi Illl' fi)ids.

I-(lld th $I!ie:l\ as shown in step 1 I [111(1 rh(m ...

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. .. piau.' "he r"rl1Jr~ m<ildf" till;; ('dgt1~. hn i~ll(~d I'

The piclllrf; franK' seen lrom rhe i),l(k,

MARTIN WALL

You will get" oJ traclition.rl box when the folds in step i1 an' repealpd on tht,· olh~r side in step ~), If you skip step 9 and continue with step '10, Y(Ju will get tlw note book as the Iinal result. Howeve-r, in this CJSt" the paper has to 'I'll placed with the fold, upward in step 'I,

Si multo nerllJsI)', lower the center and push the two side toward the center at the marked areas.

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Container

GIUSEPPE BAGCI

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Thi~ container lis th,_· final n'''ull whl'-'Il the paper is !lO( divided diagonally but ,I~nglhways in step 1 and the rcrnai nder of the steps ar>' carried out with the new starting base,

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Folder

HUMJ HUZITA

0.4 in II ern) t>11:.:1[

CD ~~___L-~--::II>JJ+· .l<li'":. :-~ ........... ~~ 0.8 in 12 ern)

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~(j in j100 cnn

G) III II II :1

t>j if<l·

!.4 Ii n (1. ') rm)

Ibis folder by Profe~sor r·11unl i

l luzito is an C1ubtZlfltlilllji 1.!)([JI1'1pk

f ,HI "Orig.JI1li Design l.iu ".

This morlel is ide,)1 tH'C.HN: 01 the Ingil "I ~t(·p' 1"l1rOll~~h{)lIl it' loldin~s ~f'qllf'I1C~ 1I nr! lhc Iiseliil object that rcsLl'ilh. The combination rjl 'loldin1j; ~('qLU('ncl', d~igll :lnd ~Ililily value is f'rofc'"or 'I rllzlitil;~ milln objective .

Rer~ei11 st ep ;~ on rhe other side. These two folds will produce a spine of OA ill (I (ml

, lhicktl(,S~ for the folde-r,

0.4 in (I em)

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Daisy's Envelope

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NICK ROBINSON

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J'1 .r, x ;1.15 III 11 . 7 x "~I em,

Nick Robinson nomed this enVE'krrli:' d,frm hi~ d,lUflht(·r

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Bowl

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ll]('llt,)~t_ I

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be shown fOI .

. II reasuns pracnc. "

j-n the following

instrw:tions.

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I Rept:at steps (;-B Oil the other ("OfllC'IS.

Take th« nwrltli:d corner arf~,'l rightly bctw(-,(Jjl your (jl~t\el and thumb. T11£'11 make the CTcll~<c'o; from tho bottom vvith the OtI1l:i"' hand as I1()WIl 111 step I I. The howl will IlIIW t:al.!{, o;hdpe. Rqwilt on. <111 COiTlE' ~,

The model seen f mill the h,~( k.

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Gift Box

Paper ""y: you need ,I rt·lz1livcly IICirge square- for tlv' g.il[ box. For instance, if th« «ompk-ted box ,houl'd 1lJ'';~ '~Iledi',e o( 2 4 i 11

~b ern), the paper siz • IW.i:!ds tv be 9.1! x cUI in

US x 1,S nni.

GIOVANNI MALTAGLIATTI

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,1")0 nol nl.Jkf' ~I,!~ crease show» in <;!f'P .1. It only serves 10 (-'~bli"'l ~ .... h~?r" til r\,jvide!b p, pe,l: in li1ree eqlJ'll pm!;,

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Repeat steps t1-1 I ( n .!liI comers.

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Push the box (0 (he inside ,we! li(i thl" rn;uked areas.

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"(lIll will gel !his iei W"'~'11 Ihp ~id('~ .Ir(' ilIH't11ilr .. ')' pu£lwd Q,ver elmJ unfit'! th« el(i~tin~ <HJlilfCml ~i(Je ill "tt_,p 1 S,

You will ~~'! thi$ hd when

~. h !~o 'oppos i I B ~it1ffS.;l re pushed under the other twu sides ill st(·p 115,

Christmas Decorations

Star

PAOLO BASCETTA

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rulrl 8 idpntical t'lcm(~flts.

rtfl ,j" Ih (_'Ir"'mpnf-s j'og\~tb~;j ~. ~h.own i1.1 !.H:r~p R Tlw li<l~t f'lcnlf.:·n1 j~ tilt' mosl dirtk ull ()ne to ifll>(,If! olttd t"<cquire8 mud) pillienr;e.

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ALFREDO GIUNTA

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rum over:

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v<lll~1' iro I d I'll n~Ol.:&taS for the Will).!, troll I rhe 1')eI k uf I h model. Hwy .1f~ ortlnll;!1 ml! I !i'N\I' In (llfV lilt, v ... il\g.

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Decoration

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Finish hy infl<ltillg the model. Each side will take shape if you cJrC'fu!,ly push i,[ !>dwPt'n your fingers

c(Jrrl'~pondil1g to the creases you made before.

Repeat steps C)-Ii three times.

Turk the corner into the pleat of the above lying triangle.

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Happy Santa

JOHN SMITH

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lohn Smith has developed many models L1silng only mountain and valley folds.

By using only these two types of folds Ple U(',ltpd ,I series of simple models to which he gclVP (he !prrn "Purol.ind Origami".

This H<1pPY Sanla WelS c.ksigntd by [ohn Smith j,n 1991 for hils personal Christmas card.

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Geometrk:

Fig res

Cube

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TOMOKO FUSE

I.-~nr this cub ~ Y04 "l-"tld 1\"""1) 5'"r~".Jt'C elernorus whkh IiIft" rrtlrrn ·.im .. g~ (,rclng (·.11;11 p{i1 .r.

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Corner fl ()f one dvment s110uld aiwavs be tlKI~ed Into corner A ohh~> other df'tllcnt.

YOLl will see thaI. three corners C Ilneel each (Mille. ·1 lick each sharp , id(, (.J( d' (nnw"! i lito dw obtuse side of anorh cr l ol""n (:'1·.

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As witl Illoq l'eullll-'tri( models. f>Ullil;~1·11L' 1;1,,\ ",Ielm'nl in irs pI, tJ;'

r('quli res the most pZlt1iC'llCl'.

Fold three of these earh time.

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Open 'Cube'

TOMOKO FUSE

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rold 1;~ id('ntic~d elements.

,:ll::fl elomcnt has a point \'1'1 both ends as well as d plt1.11. V\ihf'n pllfting them Illgether, tuck the notnt of Oflt! element into the pleat uj thf> other element. The I.Pflter creases of the

lernent, which represent 11l(~ sides of the cube,

ould relate at right dllgk's. A third element makes the connection complete.

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Ihe open cube inspires peopl« to create many cliifcrent

cornbi nations, The idea shown in the example was originated by Axel Reissnecker.

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Sonobe Cube

MITSUNOBU SONOBE

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11-](-' ~oFmlll' unc· 11;; i'I

I_ I ;as,sic ($;iln,pl~ llf "Mmh.J~o1r Orlgj.llI1'11 , ,I folding 1·,.Jmiqll ill wbid) ~I( ral ,'Iemenl .. fnld[!d III lilt, ~jllTll: WJ~' om !'lUI

11lg' '1 hpJ 'n ( II \11<' V!]["J~lU~, s0l11t:lim _ ['Xlrli'lnel~ (ompL:>;, gC()mr'UH itgtl,-c~_ Uy dt!5Tgrlj~ thIs eJ~l;lfl1t, Mit unobu SIIiU be Iclhllf; f(_)l,mdilfiulIT ~q "I wchnuiV l!),:t,! Ii>rl!lmw~ ro ~1,lrtC.\1i!P.

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Fold 6 idelltical clements

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luck each point of an elCllwnt j'nto the pk'al of another ekment. Both elements ShCIUld relate at right angles.

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o rga n i zati on 5

The models presented in this bonk orugi nate from arttst in Engbnd, Italy, USA, Spain, Denmark. Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong.

Ongami (U~dI1l7;.<1UOrtS ran It IDLUnd in almost Vfry European country 0"1$ well as in Japan <Inn th usA.

Th se ol'UlIn.izarions oro id .

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inform 'linn, advise on source nf suprly, arrange m~d i !1g~ anrl Dilen puhliish a III ilg;ilZi ne.

My admiration and gralituci-e go to them for allowing me' to u.s their mod els in thls bonk.

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OrrgiFl, I Gemlan-langu<JIge",d1fion Augustus Verl~g AlJg!'!!:lLlr~ 1 CJtH

o Wehbild Verlag, GmbH, Aug~J IWg, PFIFflGES ORIGAMI

EngIJ~h-'anguagc ,clilion 0 f 91)5

Tr nseditiun BooKs, .t division of Andromeda Oxford Ud,

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All rights reser ed. No part of Ihis puhlic:.~tion mJy be reproduced, stored ln a r tfi val svstem, or lransmjt~d in dioy (mm or by iIIny rr:l€ans, e!ectrtmrc, mechanical, phmocnpying, fE'[.'ording or olherv"lse, wilholllt the permissicm of the po'bllsher and cOPYlf"fAhl ~older,

Thi~ ~dition publi:;,f1ed in tile USA in 1995 by Chartwell Books Inc, a Di'v~sr(m of Book Sales Inc, r.o. Box 7f 00, Edison,

NJ 08818-7100

PrirHecl in 1995 iii Spain by Fournier A Gr.;i(ica'l,S, ,1\,

How to make 30 amusing and attractive items from paper

This book describes the ancient art of Origami and shows fold by fold how you can learn the intricate and f~scinaHog craft of paperfolding to create objects as diverse as a leaping frog/ the amusing 'Shirt off one's back', a whole zoo of rabbits, mice,

elephants and pandas, Christmas decorations, picture frames, paper containers and folders, notebooks and envelopes.

These Origami classics and man.y others in this book have novelty and magic that will entertain yOU! for hours.

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