From a forthcoming book of origami cats
My book “Origami Poems and Pictures” went down so well, National Trust asked Nosy Crow to produce one for them. I’m delighted to say it looks superb 😉
“Fun little book picked it up at OUSA enjoying a rest at Michael’s sister’s house. Folding my way though it thanks for a relaxing afternoon. Also got one of yours on business cards.”
There’s also a review of the book here.
Does anyone have experience of using kickstarter to fund an origami book? Please share your experiences!
My latest book, written for the British Museum, is called Origami, Poems and Pictures and is available now from all quality book shops 😉
Just as I was getting over my dismay over Tuttle’s massively inappropriate re-branding of my “Intriguing Origami” book as “Beginning Origami Kit”, I somehow ended up perusing their official web page for the project, also referred to there as “Beginner Origami Kit“. Here I learn that you can create:
- “fun and adorable origami projects in a few minutes in this easy origami kit!”
Adorable? Few minutes? These are models aimed at serious folders and some are relatively challenging.
- A tiny reptilian dinosaur that is actually cute!
Hey – a reptilian dinosaur!
- Two charming Snails in Love who snuggle
Snuggle? They are getting down and dirty!
- and much more!
This ubiquitous phrase is surely past it’s sell-by date…
Tuttle are to be congratulated for producing some magnificent origami books, but clearly, when push comes to shove, the marketing people have the deciding vote and sad to say they clearly have no clue about the actual contents of an origami book (to be fair, they are not alone in this).
I did my best to retain the original title but to no avail. I’m sorry to bite the hand that feeds me and I realise these are “just products”, but my cat Pickle (seen right admiring a Lang design) told my I had to let off steam. Just call me Ed Reardon…..
I’ve been taking photos of the models for my forthcoming “Butterfly Origami” book. I’m delighted to say that Michael LaFosse has contributed both an article on the development of the subject in origami, and a brand new design. It also features a Yoshizawa butterfly, approved by his estate 😉 #butterflygami