Friday, December 3, 2010

Review: World's Best Origami by Nick Robinson

World's Best Origami is an amazing collection of more than 100 of the most unusual and best-loved origami patterns ever created. Expert origami artist Nick Robinson has collected traditional origami patterns as well as his own pieces and those from some of the greatest origami artists in the world- many in print here for the first time ever. 

• More than 100 pieces-the most comprehensive origami book on the market
•Projects rated from beginner to advanced and include everything from boxes, containers, geometrics, and abstracts to figures, birds, animals, and flowers, and more-this unique volume has something for everyone at every skill level
•Each diagram clearly displayed with easy-to-understand instructions
•The only book to include the works of several masters of the craft, including Edwin Corrie and Francesco Guarnieri, as well as the author
From Barnes & Noble

World's Best Origami is filled with numerous fun origami projects.  I always found origami fascinating but had never actually tried to make anything myself until I received this book.  My husband had never tried it either, so we decided to have a little fun and friendly contest to see which "newbie" could make the best piece using this book as our guide.  The directions for beginners were really easy to understand and we both had a lot of fun.  I would definitely recommend this book.

Penguin Group (USA)
November 2, 2010
320 pages
$19.95 US

Disclosure:  I received a copy of this book for free.  All opinions expressed are 100% mine.  If you make a purchase using my Amazon or Barnes and Noble link, I will receive a small portion of the purchase price.

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