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Articles mentioning Kunihiko Kasahara

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How about a set of terrific claws to wear for Halloween? These are very easy to make! I found some black self adhesive notes (3 x 3 inches) and made myself a set. Diagrams? Found in the book Origami Omnibus, by Kunihiko Kasahara. It is full of many other superb models! ~*~

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With the approach of the holiday season this festive origami twist box is an easy-to-make container for a small gift. Fold the box using red and green papers for Christmas or orange and black papers for Halloween. As a wedding favor the box could be folded with white or pastel colors; for a birthday party any [...]

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Friedrich Fröbel (1782-1852), educator, crystallographer, and originator of the kindergarten concept, was one of the first to point to the creation of folded patterns like these featured here. Using white paper only, Fröbel created his own unique collection of folded forms of beauty, as he called them. In the book Extreme Origami author Kunihiko Kasahara displays [...]