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BOS Magazine 123 book cover

BOS Magazine 123

1987 by British Origami Society

Skill Level Simple to complex
Clear diagrams? Varies
Tinted diagrams (to show 2 sides of paper)? Varies
Photos of completed models? Varies
Is there indication to the model size resulting from size of starting paper? Varies
Are the models "Pure" origami (From a single square - no cuts)? Varies

Overall Impression

The BOS magazine (sometimes also called "BOM") is the bi-monthly publication of the British Origami Society, keeping British and international folders informed on origami news since 1968. It has grown from a few xeroxed pages to a full-fledged magazine, full of interesting articles and diagrams.

Also see listing of all other BOS magazines in my collection.

There are 11 Origami Designs in BOS Magazine 123:

Design Designer Page Details Photo

Show only designs with photos
10 pointed star

Geometric and other shapes

Philip ShenPentagon
Wise man's helmet

Clothes - Hats

Bob Roos1Square

Vehicles - Boats

Jan Willem Derksen3Square

Boxes and Containers

Ed Sullivan8Rectangle
Rabbit chopsticks wrapper

Objects - Useful

Yoshihide Momotani8Square

Mammals - Equidae - Horses and Donkeys

With cuts

Also in Action Origami by Tomoko Fuse
Also in Doctor's Origami Dream Book by Toshikazu Kawasaki
Also in NOA Kessakusen 3
Also in NOA Kessakusen 4
Also in NOA Magazine 168
Also in Origami for Harmony and Happiness by Steve and Megumi Biddle
and in other sources...
Origami Horse by Traditional on
Folded by Lou Pearson
Box glider

Toys - Planes

Larry Hart13Rectangle - A size
Flapping bird

Toys - Action Models

Graham Campbell16Square
8 pointed star (double star)

Geometric and other shapes

Philip Shen22Square

Also in MFPP 1991 Convention
Also in Origami USA Convention 1988
Also in The Best of Annual Collections 1981-1995
Also in The Paper Magazine 88
Also in NOA Magazine 172
Also in Origami El Mundo Nuevo by Kunihiko Kasahara
and in other sources...
Origami 8 pointed star (double star) by Philip Shen on
Folded by Gabriel Vong

Imaginary beings - Angels

David Brill32Rectangle - A size
135 degree unit

Geometric and other shapes

Francis Ow39Square