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A K Peters/CRC,
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In India you may also buy from Flipkart with free delivery.
Some book reviews by: Nick Robinson, Origami Resource Center, Halina Narloch, Art of Mathematics,
The Paper #107, Sara Adams, British Origami Magazine #262, Amazon, Amazon UK, Amazon France, Barnes&Noble.
From the back cover:|
The catalog of creative modular origami models continues to grow. This new volume from Meenakshi Mukerji presents fresh and diverse origami models that are constructed from several identical folded units. The color possibilities are endless, and the variations presented with main models show that design possibilities are endless as well. This richly illustrated book full of colorful, inspiring photographs provides instructions for over 30 models, with clear, crisp, and easy-to-follow diagrams. The origami basics provided make it accessible to beginners, with models ranging from beginner to challenging intermediate skill level.
This book premieres work from four emerging artists in the world of modular origami: Carlos (Leroy) Cabrino of Brazil, Daniel Kwan of the U. S., Aldo Marcell of Nicaragua, and Tanya Vysochina of Ukraine.
Praise for Origami Inspirations
“A whole book full of amazingly attractive new modular pieces. This book is
highly recommended to all modular folders and those wanting to dabble in this
pastime. Readers who purchased previous volumes in this series [Marvelous
Modular Origami and Ornamental Origami] should, no doubt, unhesitatingly
order this volume because of the high standard of diagramming and model
novelty applied throughout the series.”
“The comprehensive nature of this book makes it a wonderful
selection for both beginners and experts alike. I was particularly
taken with the many models that can be made with just six
units—the ‘butterfly’ cube being an outstanding example of a
most pleasing form.”
Meenakshi Mukerji was awarded the 2005 Florence Temko Award by OrigamiUSA for her contributions to origami. She is the author of Marvelous Modular Origami and Ornamental Origami: Exploring 3D Geometric Designs, and she maintains the popular modular origami website, www.origamee.net.
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