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Origami

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Samantha Tan

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Transcript of Origami

Modular
Wet Folding
Origins of Origami
The Main Styles
of Origami
What does it mean?
Oru
(to fold) +
kami
(paper)
Origami
China
Only rich could afford paper
Washi
Strictly ceremonial
Edo Period: became recreational
Oral tradition
Origins (cont.)
Akisato Rito's
Senbazuru Orikata
Akira Yoshizawa = Father of Origami
Came up with international system of symbols and terms in origami instructions
Action
Tessellations
Origami in Europe
Bibliography
by Johanna Dong, Diana Jung, and Samantha Tan
Paper-folding 12th century
Papiroflexia
or
Pajarita
1880's: both European and Japanese children were learning paper-folding
Background and history of origami with some extraordinary examples of its use. Background
and history of origami with some extraordinary examples of its use. Retrieved January 20,
2014, from http://www.papertheworld.org/about.html
Freeman, S. (2011, June 8). Kinds Of Origami. eHow. eHow. Retrieved January 19, 2014, from http://www.ehow.com/info_8563895_kinds-origami.html
Kasahara, K. (1988). Origami omnibus: paper-folding for everybody. Tokyo: Japan Publications
Lang, R. J. (1997). Origami in action: paper toys that fly, flap, gobble, and inflate! New York: St. Martin's Griffin.
PBS. (2009, November 30). Between the Folds. PBS. Retrieved January 18, 2014, from http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/between-the-folds/history.html
Yamaguchi, M. (1996). Eigo de origami = Origami in English. Tōkyō: Kōdansha Intānashonaru. Background and History of Origami with Some Extraordinary Examples of Its Use. Web. 20 Jan. 2014.
Noshi
Written Instructions
Akira Yoshizawa
1000 paper cranes
Washi
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