Crease and Fold: Innovative Origami Projects Anyone Can Make

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Potter Craft, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 160 pages
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Inspired by traditional techniques, Sok Song captures the timeless spirit of origami in every modern model he designs. Inside, he shows how paper can be transformed into anything from an exquisite watercolor orchid to a wallet made from a subway map. These imaginative projects will teach you the fundamentals of origami as you create playful animals and other designs perfect for greeting cards, jewelry, and more.
SOK SONG's passion for origami transformed his self-taught hobby into an award-winning design business. His paper artistry has been featured in magazines including Vanity Fair, Marie Claire, GQ, and Vogue; as contributions to other origami books; on TV on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and America’s Next Top Model; and in museums including the American Museum of Natural History.

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Some of them are too hard for me. [April, 2013]


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Sok Song's passion for folding paper went from a hobby to an award-winning career. Song is the author of Origami Chic: A Guide to Foldable Fashion and Crease + Fold: Innovative Origami Projects Anyone Can Make. His origami greeting cards were praised as "frameable art" by the card industry. He has incorporated origami and paper sculpture into major ad campaigns. His work has been seen in magazines including Vanity Fair, Marie Claire, Self, GQ, and Vogue, and as contributions to other origami books. He is the creative director for Creased magazine and lives in New York City.

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