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Intriguing origami - new edition

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This book offers a selection of 20 models created by the famous origamist Nick Robinson and representative of his vision of origami. For those who practice it, the folding process constitutes a direct relationship with the paper: once the model is finished, there is little left to do; in a sense, the finished model is a byproduct of folding. This is why the author dedicates much more time to studying the process than the result, evaluating the different ways to achieve a certain effect and choosing the one that in his opinion makes the folding more fascinating, elegant, fluid and therefore... intriguing. The result is a selection of models that communicate emotions, make you smile or allow you to experience some pleasant moments of artistic sharing. Each model comes with simple, clear diagrams with detailed step-by-step instructions. By scanning the QR Codes with a specific app, or by typing the links provided for each model, you will be able to access the video tutorials that illustrate all the sequences of folds necessary for the creation of the various origami.


Reasons of interest:

  • A book of great interest for all origami enthusiasts, which offers 20 highly original models created by a world-famous master
  • Video tutorials, diagrams and detailed instructions for each model
  • Glossary with the explanation of the symbols used to illustrate origami folding techniques
  • High quality images created by Araldo De Luca, world-famous art photographer
    • Size: 18 × 25.5 cm
    • 120 pages
    • 4 color printing
    • Dutch paperback
    • ISBN: 9782889352197

Nick Robinson has been folding paper since the early 1980s and has been part of the British Origami Society for over 30 years, of which he is an honorary member and for which he maintains the website. In 2004 he was awarded the “Sidney French” medal, the BOS's highest award, for his extraordinary contribution to this discipline. For almost thirty years, Nick has taught origami at a professional level, holding courses and conferences around the world. He has created journalistic and television reports, and advertising campaigns on the Internet. Over 300 of his original models have been published and exhibited in various countries around the world. He has written and illustrated more than 60 books on origami and is the European origami artist with the largest number of publications to his credit. For NuiNui he has published British Origami, three volumes of the Origami Kit series, Origami Butterflies, Origami Dinosaurs and the very recent Origami Cats and Origami Dogs.

Araldo De Luca lives and works in Rome. Over the course of his career, he has created important campaigns in various parts of the world, refining his visual language through the expert use of light to become one of the world's leading art photographers. He has created a heritage of approximately 80,000 images of works of art, now gathered in a digital photographic archive that can be consulted via the internet (