Origami Omnibus

Paper-folding for Everybody

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Origami Omnibus

Paper-folding for Everybody

1st edition
  • 3.50 ·
  • 2 Ratings
  • 27 Want to read
  • 1 Currently reading
  • 1 Have read

With more than 250 projects of many different types and levels of difficulty, this bestselling, encyclopedic work contains traditional and modern paper-folding methods, and includes folds for the beginner and works calculated to challenge the experts.

Publish Date
Publisher
Japan Publications
Language
English
Pages
384

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Cover of: Origami Omnibus
Origami Omnibus: Paper-Folding for Everyone
September 30, 1998, Japan Publications
Paperback in English - 2Rev Ed edition
Cover of: Origami Omnibus
Origami Omnibus: Paper-Folding for Everybody
March 1988, Japan Pubns
Hardcover
Cover of: Origami Omnibus
Origami Omnibus: Paper-Folding for Everyone
1988, Japan Publications
in English
Cover of: Origami Omnibus
Origami Omnibus: Paper-Folding for Everyone
June 1988, Japan Pubns
Paperback in English
Cover of: Origami Omnibus
Origami Omnibus: Paper-folding for Everybody
1988, Japan Publications
Paperback with flaps in English - 1st edition

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Book Details


Published in

New York, Tokyo

First Sentence

"In late October, 1986, a large number of origamians gathered at the New York Origami Center to clebrate my eighty-eighth birthday."

Contributors

Foreword
Lillian Oppenheimer
Preface
Kunihiko Kasahara

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback with flaps
Number of pages
384
Dimensions
27 x x centimeters

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL26271051M
Internet Archive
origamiomnibus00kuni
ISBN 10
0870406965
ISBN 13
9780870406966
LCCN
87082005
OCLC/WorldCat
1129771680
Goodreads
2729049

First Sentence

"Simply folding a plain sheet of paper generates infinitely variable expressions that can be used in producing human facial emotional displays as well as in suggesting the forms of various birds and animals."

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