This full-color gallery showcases a stunning array of creations by a world-renowned origami master. Museum-quality origami sculptures range from realistic depictions of faces and animals to hypnotic renderings of abstract patterns. Step-by-step instructions and diagrams plus a bonus DVD guide art stu... read more
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