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  • Introduction
          by Meher McArthur
  • Origami: The Evolution of a New Global Art Form
    by Meher McArthur
    • Part I: The Early History of Origami
    • Part II: The Modernization of Origami in the 20th Century
    • Part III: A New Global Art Form
  • From Flapping Birds to Packing Circles: An Origami Journey
    by Robert J. Lang
    • John Blackman
    • Krystyna and Wojtek Burczyk
    • Brian Chan
    • Joel Cooper
    • Erik Demaine, Martin Demaine
    • Roman Diaz
    • Christine Edison
    • Vincent Floderer
    • Tomoko Fuse
    • Giang Dinh
    • Eric Gjerde
    • Miri Golan
    • Koshiro Hatori
    • Herman van Goubergen
    • David Huffman
    • Tom Hull
    • Roy Iwaki
    • Paul Jackson
    • Eric Joisel
    • Satoshi Kamiya
    • Miyuki Kawamura
    • Hideo Komatsu
    • Goran Konjevod
    • Daniel Kwan
    • Michael G. LaFosse
    • Robert J. Lang
    • Sipho Mabona
    • Linda Tomoko Mihara
    • Jeannine Mosely
    • Paulo Mulatinho
    • Jared Needle
    • Bernie Peyton
    • Andrea Russo
    • Victoria Serova
    • Heinz Strobl
    • Richard Sweeney
    • Nicolas Terry
    • Hieu Tran Trung
    • Florence Temko
    • Arnold Tubis
    • Polly Verity
    • Makoto Yamaguchi
    • Akira Yoshizawa
  • Origami Resource List
  • Afterword-
    Japanese American National Museum,
    Peoria Riverfront Museum
  • Acknowledgments
  • Additional Thanks

Title: Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami
Author: Meher McArthur, Robert J. Lang
Format/Publication Date: HC:2013
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing, Rutland, VT
Language: English
Page Count: 96
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 9 1/4" x 9 1/4"
ISBN: 9780804843386

SUMMARY- This book is an extensive gallery of the different styles of origami, covering an international cast of folding masters, and building a history of the transformation of this craft into a highly effective artform. This book isn't a folder's manual, but a well-written portrait on the state of the art of origami. I got lost in this one for many hours.