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Birds in origami

€7,45 €14,90

The volume brings together 20 origami birds selected by Nick Robinson and designed by him and other famous masters or reworked from traditional classics: a unique collection, with some of the most beautiful models ever created for these subjects. These personal interpretations of a popular theme reflect the authors' sensibilities and are easy to fold, thanks to the instructions provided in the diagrams and videos with the folding process accessed via QR Code and links.

From the elegant peacock to the simplest bird, favored by Akira Yoshizawa, the father of origami, from Kunihiko Kasahara's cute duck to Hadi Tahir's cheeky cockerel to Nick Robinson's action models, a varied world of admirably transposed birds takes shape in paper shapes with a light and ironic touch by authors belonging to the elite of origami: the names of Lee Armstrong, David Brill, Edwin Corrie, Paul Jackson, Robert J. Lang and Eric Vigier will not fail to impress enthusiasts.

Link and QR code to access the video tutorials with all the instructions for folding the models.

Reasons of interest:

  • A 144-page book with 20 wonderful origami bird models designed by famous masters
  • For each model, diagrams with detailed instructions and video tutorials that can be accessed (even with a smartphone or tablet) via QR Code and link
  • An unmissable collection for origami enthusiasts... and for those who love animals!
  • Size: 18 × 25.5 cm
  • 144 pages
  • 4 color printing
  • Dutch paperback

By Nick Robinson. Texts and diagrams: Lee Armstrong, David Brill, Edwin Corrie, Paul Jackson, Kunihiko Kasahara, Robert J. Lang, Nick Robinson, Hadi Tahir, Eric Vigier, Akira Yoshizawa