World Origami Days is a wonderful concept, but for me, slightly flawed in execution because the various origami societies around the world couldn’t agree on a day. Thus, it’s celebrated over a period. Read more. However, this hasn’t stopped folders around the world from celebrating it in a variety of ways.
I’ve just spotted that Isa Klein (my fellow guest at the OUSA convention this year) has set a challenge on her blog for people to visit my list of diagrams and fold one of them in celebration of the day. The model is then to be photographed on a special background that you can print off from the site, all very clever! Here are some images I’ve swiped from facebook.
Thanks for this great tribute Isa and to those who took the time to fold and share something of mine, it’s humbling 😉