MASTERS ORIGAMI

Many origami models were originally invented by the authors. Those, in turn, drew inspiration from the figures made by other masters. Meet some recognized origami masters in our section.

  • Photo of Lillian Oppenheimer

    Lillian Oppenheimer

    Speaking about the masters and founders of modern origami, one cannot but remember the American god’s origins, Lillian Oppenheimer’s “godmother”,…

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  • Photo of Paul Jackson

    Paul Jackson

    Paul Jackson stands a little apart from the bulk of the English origamist. The fact of the matter is that…

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  • Photo of Nick Robinson

    Nick Robinson

    Nick Robinson began working in the technique of origami rather late – at the age of 25 years. The desire…

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  • Photo of Dave Brill

    Dave Brill

    Until recently, Brill was a bank clerk. Now he is engaged in origami and painting. His book “Brilliant Origami” is…

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  • Eric Kennevay

    For a long time, Eric Kennewei was vice president of the British Origami Lovers Association. An artist by training, he…

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  • Photo of Robert Harbin

    Robert Harbin

    The real name of Robert Harbin is Ned Williams, the profession is a magician. He was born in 1909 in…

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  • Photo of Issei Yoshino

    Issei Yoshino

    This Mr. was a recognized leader in modular origami. Issei Yoshino was born in 1964 in the city of Kawaguchi,…

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  • Photo of Toshi Takahama

    Toshi Takahama

    Toshi Takahama was born at the very beginning of the twentieth century. The husband is a businessman and four children…

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  • Photo of Yoshihide Momotani

    Yoshihide Momotani

    Mr. Momotani, the world-famous master of origami, is a botanist by education. After graduating from Kyoto University in 1952, he…

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