Origami
折り紙
Origin
● ‘ori’ = folding, ‘kami’ = paper
● started 17th century CE
● became popular outside Japan mid-1900s
● earliest ref...
Types
● Action origami
● Modular origami
● Wet-folding
Types
● Pureland origami
● Origami tessellation
● Kirigami
Origami Artists
Humiaki Huzita
Origami Artists
Satoshi Kamiya
Origami Artists
Éric Joisel
Origami Artists
Kunihiko Kasahara
Origami Artists
Akira Yoshizawa
Sadako and the
● “orizuru” 折鶴 = origami crane
● Sadako Sasaki
○ hibakusha (atomic bomb survivor)
○ exposed to radiation, h...
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  1. 1. Origami 折り紙
  2. 2. Origin ● ‘ori’ = folding, ‘kami’ = paper ● started 17th century CE ● became popular outside Japan mid-1900s ● earliest reference to origami: Ihara Saikaku’s short poem, 1680 (“paper butterflies in a dream”)
  3. 3. Types ● Action origami ● Modular origami ● Wet-folding
  4. 4. Types ● Pureland origami ● Origami tessellation ● Kirigami
  5. 5. Origami Artists Humiaki Huzita
  6. 6. Origami Artists Satoshi Kamiya
  7. 7. Origami Artists Éric Joisel
  8. 8. Origami Artists Kunihiko Kasahara
  9. 9. Origami Artists Akira Yoshizawa
  10. 10. Sadako and the ● “orizuru” 折鶴 = origami crane ● Sadako Sasaki ○ hibakusha (atomic bomb survivor) ○ exposed to radiation, had leukemia ○ Hiroshima Peace Park - granite statue ● “senbazuru” 千羽鶴 = thousand paper cranes Thousand Cranes
  11. 11. How to make a paper rose
  12. 12. How to make a paper whatever

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