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Paper Birds 25+ Projects to Copy, Cut, and Fold

Out of Print
By: Hiroshi Hayakawa(Author)
128 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Publisher: Lark Books
Paper Birds
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  • Paper Birds ISBN: 9781454708452 Paperback Jul 2014 Out of Print #223690
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Origami takes flight with these 25+ beautiful bird projects, from a cockatiel, horned owl, and hummingbird to the exotic albatross and extinct dodo. Just photocopy the templates onto cardstock; score, cut, and fold; and finally, interlock the joints to create a dimensional creature. All the projects are arranged by difficulty and the richly photographed pages show the birds from multiple perspectives, perching, standing and flying.

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Hiroshi Hayakawa is a professor of drawing and mixed-media photography at the Columbus College of Art and Design. He earned BFAs in Photography and Fine Arts from the Columbus College of Art and Design, as well as his MFA in Photography at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. Hiroshi began making kirigami animal sculptures in the mid-90s when he was asked to create table decorations for a Chinese New Year's party. The Sherrie Gallerie in Columbus, OH represents Hiroshi's photography.

Out of Print
By: Hiroshi Hayakawa(Author)
128 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Publisher: Lark Books
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