Archive for the ‘Traditions’ Category

Using Math to Make Complicated Origami Sculptures

What is Origami? Origami used to be flapping birds and toys. However origami today has evolved into an art form or even sculpture. The common in origami is folding. Probably the most common form of origami is the crane. Every Japanese child learns to fold this shape. But has everything that can be done with […]

Unryu paper is now available online!

We’re so happy to announce that we now sell Unryu paper at Origami Paper Monster. For origami enthusiasts unryu paper is perhaps one of the most common kinds of paper being used. Unryu paper like lokta, hanji, gampi, abaca, kozo and saa are artisan papers favored by origami artists because of their strength and beauty. […]

Now selling Hanji Paper online!

We are so happy to let you know that we just received some Korean Hanji paper for our online store! Below is some background and history on hanji paper itself. What is Hanji paper?  Handmade papers have always had special appeal to people, especially to the craft enthusiasts. It’s an added bonus if it is […]

Lucky star origami gifts and decoration

Origami lucky stars are so versatile. Many people like to fold a bunch and place it in a decorative jar and present it as a gift to a friend or a loved one. Below we provide you with a couple more ideas to inspire your next lucky star project 1. Lucky Star Accessories: Lucky Star […]

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