By Paul Jackson
Классическое Оригами - все модели - классика, лёгкие и ясныеинструкции для новичков .INTRODUCTION 6Paper 7Symbols 8FIRST ideas 9How to make a sq. 9How to make a crease 10Basic folding concepts 11TRADITIONAL DESIGNS 13Banger 14Crown 15Bird 16Cup 17Waterlily 18 - Dish ; N 20Flapping chook 22Crane 24Glider 25Sampan 26Junk 28EASTERN DESIGNS 31Yoshizawas Butterflies 32Yoshizawas Butterfly 34Mount Fuji and the ocean 35Yacht 36Eternally beginning Origami 37Cube 38Cat 40lncense Burner forty two Tulip and Stem • 44Fox 46Stretch Wall N 48WESTERN DESIGNS 51Arrow 52Snap Hexahedron 53The un-unfoldable field 54Face 56Rooster 58Pop-up Double dice 60Star • 62Daffodil 64Architectural Module 68Barking puppy 72Rowing Boat 73Rosette 74Rhino 76ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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They provide unparalleled opportunities for artists and designers to contribute to the comprehensive culture. qxd 8/4/08 18:32 Page 35 BEYOND THE DIGITAL: PREPARING ARTISTS TO WORK AT THE FRONTIERS OF TECHNOCULTURE | Conceptual/Information Arts (CIA) Conceptual Design eventually morphed into Conceptual/Information Arts (CIA). The name changed because many potential students, confused by term “design,” came looking for traditional commercial design and because critical discourse stressed the ideological baggage and modernist assumptions of the term design.
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