Russian Origami

Russian Origami

40 Original Models Designed by the Top Folders in the Former Soviet Union

Sergei Afonkin, Tom Hull

$7.99

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Description

The last secret of the Cold War can finally be revealed: behind the Iron Curtain, people were folding! Communities of folders who were isolated from the origami establishment have always developed exciting new origami models. Russian Origami is full of such exciting projects.

From a matrioshka doll to a space rocket, these models will delight and inspire both beginning and advanced folders. Each project has step-by-step diagrams, clear instructions, and a photo of the completed model. Included are such traditional favorites as a flapping dove and an inflatable rabbit, as well as some original delights, such as a Tyrolean Hat and a Russian star.


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Sergei Afonkin:

Sergei Afonkin is cofounder with his wife, Elena, of the St. Petersburg Origami Center, and is the best-known Russian folder in the world. He lives in St. Petersburg.

Tom Hull has his Ph.D. in mathematics. Coauthor with Robert Neale of Origami, Plain and Simple, he teaches at Merrimack College and lives in Boston.




Sergei Afonkin is cofounder with his wife, Elena, of the St. Petersburg Origami Center, and is the best-known Russian folder in the world. He lives in St. Petersburg.

Tom Hull has his Ph.D. in mathematics. Coauthor with Robert Neale of Origami, Plain and Simple, he teaches at Merrimack College and lives in Boston.

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