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origami + papercraft: japan project

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Transcript of origami + papercraft: japan project

O R I G A M I
Origami Artists
Michael LaFosse
Models and Folds
Lily
Evolution of Origami
Traditional
Modern Styles and Math
Origami has many practical uses, such as:
History
"Origami is beautiful and timeless, thanks to its simplicity. After all, there is only one way to fold a piece of paper. Yet within that single fold is a universe of possibilities. With every variation of a fold, a new shape emerges. In a common sheet of paper, there exists the notion of a flower, the thought of a fish, and the dream of a bird."
- Sok Song, from Crease + Fold

600 C.E.
1797
1600s
105 A.D.
The Invention of Paper
In China
Origami is Brought to Japan
Brought by Buddhist monks
Heyan Period
Tato wallets/purses
Recreational Origami
Book published in 1682 contained references of children making origami
Hiden Senbazuru Orikata
First known published origami instruction book
790 C.E.
Means "Secret to Folding One Thousand Paper Cranes"
Box (modular, Tomoko Fuse)
Mecho and Ocho
Butterfly (Michael LaFosse)
Envelope (sailboat)
Heart (Francis Ow)
Crane
Lotus
Renzuru
Robert Lang
Akira Yoshizawa
Gay Merrill Gross
Paolo Bascetta
Kunihiko Kasahara
Vincent Floderer
Tomoko Fuse
Richard Alexander
Classical
Experimental
Modern
Only used for religious purposes
A craft for the elite
Oldest known paper fragments dated from around 200 C.E.
Mecho and Ocho
o·ri·ga·mi
NOUN [UNCOUNTABLE] /ˌɒrɪˈɡɑːmi/
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