John Montroll mastered his first origami book, Honda’s How to make Origami, at the tender age of six, the same age he began creating his own origami animals. He became a member of the Origami Center of America at age twelve and attended his first origami convention at age 14
Armadillo – Based on the fold designed by J Cowling (diagrams can be found here) – This is a brilliant fold designed by J Cowling, and brought to life through our training video.
Dr. Robert J. Lang is an American physicist and one of the foremost origami artists and theorists in the world. Robert is well known for his complex and elegant designs, and most notably of his insect and animal folds which are truly remarkable. Robert has long been a student of the mathematics of origami and of using computers to study the theories behind it and to investigate algorithms for origami design. With 9 books published Robert Lang is a true leader in the world of Origami and we are truly honored to ask Robert a few questions.
Nano is 37 years old and lives in Lebanon, PA, USA he has been at the fore front of Orikane since it began and has helped influence thousands of people with his creative and unique designs.
Money Origami flowers are some of the most popular folds to master when learning Orikane. A dollar bill rose or any flower for that matter is a fantastic object to give for a tip at a restaurant, they are great for gifts to friends, family and certainly loved ones . Here are 5 beautiful folds [...]
If your searching for a fold for Mothers Day this has to be it. The Money Origami Heart made from a single dollar bill.
The Orikane Koi Carp By Won Park A true example of Orikane. This amazing single dollar bill turned in to a money origami koi carp takes patience and virtue to master. Download Instructions PDF link Make sure you visit Won’s Blog here
Orikane Mouse Trap – Capture art and imagery together with the Money Origami Mouse trap.
The Peacock , designed by Robert J. Lang, www.langorigami.com, folded by Gemma Tanner. Presented here with permission of the artist. (diagrams can be found here) This fold again is such a great practice piece. It is a little more fiddly than the Elephant, as the legs need a little bit of molding and the folds [...]
Again a little basic, but do watch for inspiration. Three more tails, Fish, Peacock, and Deer.