Ekaterina Pavlovich lives in Moscow, where she is completing her PhD in mathematics. She discovered origami in a high school mathematics class, and her creations can be viewed at her website, kusudama.me.
Kusudama Origamiby Ekaterina Lukasheva
This guide presents instructions for over 40 elaborate modular origami figures that range in shape from stars and flowers to
Discover kusudama, a traditional Japanese paper sphere formed by modular origami construction techniques. Kusudama, meaning "medicine ball," originally served as holders for incense or potpourri. Today they're used as decorations or gifts.
This guide presents instructions for over 40 elaborate modular origami figures that range in shape from stars and flowers to kusudamas. Beginning and experienced folders of all ages will appreciate these unusual and eye-catching models.
- Dover Publications
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- 8.10(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.40(d)
- Age Range:
- 12 Years
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This is a treasured book in my origami library. The instructions are clear and concise. The illustrations and photos are of professional grade. The models are a challenge but yet so rewarding to look at and share as a gift. I highly recommend this book for beginners and pros of the Kusudama craft. Enjoy !!!!