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Paris Origami was a huge origami exhibition held at Carrousel de Louvre, an underground mall annexed to the Louvre Museum.

Eric Joisel – The Magician of Origami

Getting older, I prefer much simpler conception, and expand the energy that only looks “reasonable. The costumes from that period let me say XVle-XVIle are magnificent, most when you are interested in textures, like me, But in Eric’s work, the design of the base is barely the first step in the art, the starting line of the race.

Magcian, the character can be seen from the back. The final e-mail from Eric: In the last half, magiciaan modify and sometimes destroy the structure, to give the necessaty volumes, curves and life. I had always been interested in human figures, regardless of media.

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So, making my own sandwich was a possible solution. Paper is historically very old invented in China in a very early A. But, without that five years, this was not possible, I think. Thousand thanks to all! But that base interests me.


I never decide to shock anybody, or practice a technique in a different manner than the other folders, just magiician be different. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

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The geometric part and collapse are just boring for me. They show how he seriously thought of origami and how hard efforts he did in various ways. This model is therefore a kind of seif-portrait. I therefore became printer ah.

She is erci to “be easy” In that sense, my Mermaid is also in the realm of Barbarians. The TV advertisement of a telephone company Orange 1 participated in.

Inspired by different models by Yoshizawa-se nsei. Paul Jackson told me some years ago there was also only one in London, after many having disappeared during the magiian century.

This obviously can be supposed: It is still origami. For me, Joisel embodies origami as fine art, and this book gives a fascinating glimpse into his world. Also, if these objects are relatively large compared to other origami models, many details are very small, and force trie to work with certain modeling tools for shaping the clay normally or tweezers’ fence Fig.


Before that, I was always folding alone, and worked only in France, so 1 did not know anything about how origami was done abroad, in which sense I was like a baby.

This is just taken for granted as origami models, but I felt that something was wrong with it. I was truly overwhelmed by his investigational mind and activeness. It seems I can get better with the same beginning. Both walk around the exhibit, stopping in front of each object, and the older made many comments in Japanese to his companion Their visit takes a Long time, and after about an hour, they come out in front of me.

U’fr in progress, again, the biggest problem is To realize the S characters with the sanse proportions.

All models are made from a rectangular or square sheet of paper with no cut. Then, why and how have you become a professional folder? I believe this is only their second hardcover book ever published. I draw crease patterns, but it is just a rough sketch for deciding on the size of a sheet of paper, with no sense of planning. I love bis animals.