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Giant origami kit with kimono patterns

$10.00 $19.00

4 models with instruction manual
300 sheets of origami paper in 3 different sizes
10 kimono patterns

A practical and colorful kit containing a 40-page book and 300 sheets of high-quality origami paper in various formats with motifs inspired by kimono patterns, to evoke all the charm of the Rising Sun in a few simple gestures. The volume, edited by one of the most successful origamists active on the world scene, provides detailed instructions and diagrams for creating 4 splendid and exclusive models with subjects inspired by Japanese tradition: the fan, the kimono, the umbrella and the teapot.

Reasons of interest:

  • Introductory section with explanations and suggestions on the various folding techniques and how to choose the most suitable paper, to enter the magical world of Nick Robinson's origami
  • A practical illustrated legend with all the symbols used to explain the various folding techniques
  • Diagrams accompanied by detailed captions and video tutorials with step-by-step instructions, downloadable with QR Code or YouTube link
  • Models photographed as true works of art, in images of the highest level created by a still-life expert
  • 300 sheets of high quality origami paper in 3 different sizes and 10 designs inspired by traditional kimono motifs

22 × 22 cm box containing:
a book of 40 pages 4 COLOR PRINTING format: 21 × 21 cm paperback
100 sheets of origami paper, 10 designs SIZE: 15 × 15 cm
100 sheets of origami paper, 10 designs SIZE: 17.8 × 17.8 cm
100 sheets of origami paper, 10 designs SIZE: 21 × 21 cm
ISBN 978 2 88935 053 7

Nick Robinson has been folding for 35 years and has always been a member of the British Origami Society (BOS), of which he is an honorary member, awarded the "Sidney French" medal; he has directed the magazine and managed the website for over 20 years. He has written over 60 books on origami. He has an experimental approach, preferring solutions that emerge almost "naturally" from paper, instead of imposing pre-established structures. He sees origami as the search for the essence of a subject rather than its detailed representation. For NuiNui he created Intriguing Origami and Giant Origami Kit, and participated in the collective volume British Origami.