Office Origami: The Highly Successful Slacker's Guide to Workplace Procrastination by David Mitchell, Adam Russ
Bored with budgets? Tired of taking annoying phone calls? Morose about marketing? Work should be fun, but when it’s not, it’s time for a little office origami. These twenty-two classic origami projects use items easily found in any office―time sheets, old expense reports, memos, pink slips―that will help any slacker while away those pesky hours between 9 and 5. Learn how to get more out of the work day by using sticky notes, budgets, spreadsheets, and other important documents found in any mindless bureaucracy to practice the soothing, ancient Japanese art of origami. Show everyone around you how you “think outside the box” by mastering the twenty-two projects laid out with step-by-step instructions and handy thumbnail diagrams that are easy to follow. Included in this gag gift book are origami projects that range from the complex to the simple and can all be accomplished with a simple piece of paper, often nothing more than a sticky note or your last performance appraisal! Impress your co-workers, be the life of the office holiday party―just don’t ask your boss for a raise.
David Mitchell is internationally known for his innovative modular designs and sculptures but is also a prolific inventor of one-piece paperfolds, novelties, flexagons, puzzles, and self-working magic tricks. He is the author of numerous books including Origami and The Origami Chicken.