Origami Blog 2014

Link of the Week 2014   Origami blog 2014: cool, interesting, and noteworthy tidbits of information related to origami or paper folding: April, 2014: To celebrate April’s Fool day, Lowe’s Home Improvement offers you the Dream Dog House Collection. Most pertinent is the paper crane dog house. Upon the lawn are more origami models: a… Continue reading Origami Blog 2014

Origami Blog 2013

Link of the Week 2013   Origami blog 2013: cool, interesting, and noteworthy tidbits of information related to origami or paper folding:   September 2013: This walk-through art installation is called The Wind Portal and it features 5000 paper windmills. The project was created by Najla el Zein and it uses wind and sound to… Continue reading Origami Blog 2013

Origami Blog 2012

Origami Blog 2012 Origami blog 2012: cool, interesting, and noteworthy tidbits of information related to origami or paper folding: Dec, 2012: Origami Tessellation extraordinaire, Eric Gjerde and Ioana Stoian, created a giant installation featuring the tessellated Dragon Helix pattern. 42 meters of paper (approx 140 feet) was creased approx 19,000 times accumulating in a total… Continue reading Origami Blog 2012

Origami Blog 2011

Origami Blog 2011 Origami blog 2011: cool, interesting, and noteworthy tidbits of information related to origami or paper folding: December 15, 2011: As we say good by to 2011, our thoughts sail towards 2012 with the discovery of these fabulous floating candles made in the shape of classic, origami sailboats (popularized by Curious George storybooks).… Continue reading Origami Blog 2011

Origami Blog 2010

Origami Blog 2010   Origami blog 2010: cool, interesting, and noteworthy tidbits of information related to origami or paper folding: December 2010: We end this year with a beautiful series origami models made by Boon and Ronald Koh. Lovely birds and other models were made for the Canary Diamond Company showcasing their 2010 Christmas Collection… Continue reading Origami Blog 2010

Link of the Week 2009

Link of the Week 2009   This Link of the Week 2009 page is dedicated to cool origami links. The links can lead to web sites, youtube videos, news articles, or sightings where very interesting paper works are seen. November 2009:Week 3: Check out these cute origami dinosaurs. They were used by People Gas (natural… Continue reading Link of the Week 2009

Origami Factoids

Origami Factoids, Quirks, & Curiosities This page is dedicated to origami factoids that don’t fit anywhere else, but are too interesting to omit. We have listed fun facts with accompanying photos. It’s a visual representation of some of origami’s best. See also John Smith’s Records and Curiosities for an eyebrow-raising list of origami factoids. Jane Hamilton has… Continue reading Origami Factoids

Origami Kitchen Stuff

Origami Kitchen Stuff   This origami kitchen page describes things found in the kitchen that have an origami theme; mostly kitchen gadgets.   Do you know of any more origami sightings? Let us know! go to Home Page go to Site Map go to Free Origami Instructions Many of these images are from the internet:… Continue reading Origami Kitchen Stuff

Edible Origami

Edible Origami Finally, origami that you can eat! Some are folded as if they were pieces of paper whereas others are made to resemble origami but are not really folded origami-style. Examples of Edible Origami Do you know of any more origami sightings? Let us know! go to Home Page go to Site Map go… Continue reading Edible Origami

More Origami Stuff

More Origami Stuff   There’s more origami stuff in this world than you can imagine! Origami can be found in business advertisements, clothing, furniture, and books. Origami has a strong math component associated to it, and can be used in science. It’s not just paper cranes and planes anymore; see more origami stuff by choosing… Continue reading More Origami Stuff

Origami in Comics

Origami in Comics See references of origami in newspaper and magazine comic strips. Origami in comics is becoming more and more common as origami is becoming more mainstream. If you are the rightful owner of these comic strips and wish to have the image removed, please contact us here. First seen here     From… Continue reading Origami in Comics

Origami Street Art

Origami Street Art, Over-Sized Origami This Origami Street Art page is dedicated to huge, large, big, numerous, and over-the-top origami! These include large models and models made with a large number of pieces. Large origami designated for outdoor display is often made of metal so that they can withstand the brutal elements of nature such… Continue reading Origami Street Art