Fantastic Beasts and How to Fold Them: The INCREDIBLE Art of Origami Master, Dr. Robert J. Lang


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I am so honored and excited to present to you this week’s article. It contains an interview with the UNBELIEVABLE master origami artist and a pioneer in this field, Dr. Rober J. Lang!

Created: 2002 Medium: One uncut square of Thai unryu paper Dimensions: 7" Artists: Robert J. Lang Composition: KNL Dragon, Opus 132 Created: 2002 Medium: One uncut square of Thai unryu paper Dimensions: 7″ Artists: Robert J. Lang Composition: KNL Dragon, Opus 132 Photo courtesy of the artist

Origami is the art of folding paper which originated in Japan in the 17th century. In Japanese, “ori” means “fold” and “kami” means “paper,” so traditional origami does not involve gluing nor cutting. It is an art form that not only encourages creativity, but is accessible for free – all you need to get started is some scrap paper.

Created: 2002 Medium: One uncut square Dimensions: 15 Koi, Opus 425, Medium: One uncut square, Artist: Robert J. Lang, Photo courtesy of the artist

Adèle has been practicing origami since she was two (see below) and that is how we…

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