Raison d'etre 2014
- 2014 by Korean Paperfolding Research Center
- Korean and English
Buy from: Origami-shop.com
|Tinted diagrams (to show 2 sides of paper)?||Yes|
|Photos of completed models?||No|
|Is there indication to the model size resulting from size of starting paper?||No|
|Are the models "Pure" origami (From a single square - no cuts)?||Yes|
This little book brings us 6 complex models from some of the best talented folders in Korea.
Each designer, introduced by a short bio, presents a masterpiece. The subjects include representational mammals and fish, as well as a fun 3-lined slipper, and a somewhat abstract concept of life and death, presented by a growing tree contrasted with a stump, all from one sheet. My favorite here is Yoo tae-yong's bat, with a pleasant folding sequence and spectacularly detailed facial features.
The diagramming of these projects is of the highest standards. I'd highly recommend this book for complex folders.
There are 6 Origami Designs in Raison d'etre 2014:
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|3-lined slipper||Kim do-ul||14||Square|
Folded by Shuyunzhu
|Bat||Yoo Tae Yong||24||Square|
Also in Origami Works of Yoo Tae Yong by Yoo Tae Yong
|Life and Death||Lee In-Seop||39||Square|
A living and dead trees
Folded by PAN Hang
|Puffer fish||Jang Yong-Ik||55||Square|
Folded by Eyal Reuveni
|Japanese saw shark||Kim Se Ik||67||Square|