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BOS Magazine 236 book cover

BOS Magazine 236

2006 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 7 Origami Designs in BOS Magazine 236:

Design Designer Page Details Photo

Show only designs with photos

Clothes - Hats

Yuval Atlas1Square
Kissy fish

Toys - Action Models

Junior Jacquet8Square

Also in The Paper Magazine 88
Also in NOA Kessakusen 4
Also in NOA Magazine 352
Origami Kissy fish by Junior Jacquet on
Folded by Rui Roda
2 piece box

Boxes and Containers

Yamanashi Akiko22Square
2 units

Imaginary beings - Angels

Neal Elias24Square

Also in BOS Convention 1980 Autumn
Also in Der Falter 46
Also in Neal Elias - Miscellaneous Folds - II by Dave Venables
Also in The Origami World of Neal Elias by Dave Venables and Marc Cooman
Also in The Origami World of Neal Elias by Dave Venables and Marc Cooman
Also in World's Best Origami by Nick Robinson
and in other sources...
Origami Angel by Neal Elias Wet-folded from a square of 160gsm Canson art paper by Gilad Aharoni on

Birds - Cuculiformes - Roadrunner

Nicolas Terry26Square
Shell - spiral - 4 openings


Toshikazu Kawasaki31Square

Also in A Arte dos Mestres de Origami by Mari Kanegae
Also in Doctor's Origami Dream Book by Toshikazu Kawasaki
Also in Origami Dream World by Toshikazu Kawasaki
Also in Origami for the Connoisseur by Kunihiko Kasahara and Toshie Takahama
Origami Shell - spiral - 4 openings by Toshikazu Kawasaki on
Folded by Gabriel Vong
Business card link module

Geometric and other shapes

Nigel Elworthy34Rectangle
Multiple units