Everything you need to create an ocean's worth of aquatic creatures!
This fantastic, easy origami kit enables you to fold paper models of 20 underwater creatures from around the world. Use it to make a collection of eye-catching origami models with your friends, to decorate your room or as an enjoyable gift for kids fascinated by aquariums and the aquatic wonders they contain. Origami Aquarium Kit offers 20 great projects for home or school and includes 96 brightly colored and beautifully patterned origami paper folding sheets, along with two sheets of metallic paper for genuinely dazzling effects.
A shark, a fish and a turtle are just a few of the unique origami designs presented by world-renowned origami artist Michael G. LaFosse in this kit. People of all ages and any level of skill will enjoy crafting these eye-catching origami models.
The origami kit contains:
- 2 full-color 32-page books
- Clear step-by-step instructions
- Easy-to-follow diagrams
- 20 simple origami projects
- 96 sheets of origami folding paper in a variety of colors and patterns
- 2 sheets of special gold foil paper
|Edition description:||Revised,Book and Kit|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 12.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Michael G. LaFosse is widely regarded as one of the top masters of the art of origami. Together with Richard L. Alexander, he co-founded the Origamido Studio, a commercial design and fine art studio. They have authored over 50 origami books and kits, and have produced over a dozen video DVD lessons for the paper folding enthusiast, and hand papermaking for the origami artist.
LaFosse has taught origami in schools since 1972 and continues to work with teachers, artists, designers and performers who incorporate origami into their profession. He has lectured and demonstrated origami around the world and has produced exhibits for the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, the Peabody-Essex Museum, the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, the Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, and Matsuya Ginza, Tokyo.
LaFosse is a biologist by training, and his best-known works are realistic origami animals and plants. Michael appears in the award-winning film, Between the Folds, a documentary about modern origami artists and scientists.