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Origamidō: The Art of Paper Folding by Michael G. Lafosse
Translated from Japanese as "the way, through paperfolding," Origamido is a way of life and of design. More than colorful, folded paper cranes and simple, but charming animals and toys, Origamido is spirited creativity through paper folding. This book presents an enchanting collection of the world's Origamido, masterworks of origami by some of the finest designers and paper folders living today.
--Includes dazzling origami art from 40 international artists --Traces the development of these fascinating designs through fold-out diagrams and drawings.
Michael LaFosse is recognized as one of today's leading origami artists and teachers. An internationally known origami master, his work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. LaFosse has authored several books and produced several videotapes devoted to paper folding, paper making, and paper sculpturing techniques. He uses the term Origamido to embody the process, or way, of achieving the essence of artistic expression found in enduring works of folded paper.
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