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World Origami Days: Modular origami

  Modular origami consists of models (often, but not always, geometrical shapes) made out of many origami units, usually joined through folding tabs and slots, not glue or tape.  In these examples (from Tomoko Fuse’s book “Unit Origami”, which I … Continue reading

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World Origami Days: Tessellations

Not all origami is representational.  Paperfolding can also be used to produce geometric solids, patterns, etc.  Included in that category are “tessellations” – repeating geometric patterns folded into a single sheet of paper. The technique is often used for abstract … Continue reading

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World Origami Days: Star Wars Origami

I promised to post on origami each day of the remaining World Origami Days (until Nov. 11). I’ll try to include a variety of themes and styles, to keep it interesting and informative.  There is a lot more to origami … Continue reading

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