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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Seeing The World Differently -- Origami

I see Shakespeare differently, and I love to find others with unique visions of the world.

Please take a brief look at this documentary (which I urge you just to order right now, it's so good) ago about the artistic expression and scientific applications of Origami -- Japanese paper folding.

Many of these artists and scientists make hundreds and sometimes thousands of folds to one piece of paper without cutting it.

If you do buy the video, I especially love the origami master who reduced the art to making just one fold!



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Cheers,

David