Paul Jackson stands a little apart from the bulk of the English origamist. The fact of the matter is that he is not just an origami fan, but a professional designer working in the field of shapes resulting from the transformation of planes. Accordingly, in his professional activities, he is not limited to origami. For example, Paul creates abstractions that are compressed from paper. Now he is fascinated by the work in the field of packaging, and one can only guess what he will achieve here.
Of course, people who are accustomed to the classic origami, it is sometimes difficult to perceive the refined forms of Paul Jackson’s abstract works. But the lectures that he reads for design students, among professionals, have always been a success. The book Encyclopedia of Paperwork, published by Paul Jackson several years ago, has become a reference book for paper craft lovers in many countries around the world.