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Butterfly Origami

Published by Thunder Bay Press
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

You won't need a net to catch these beautiful butterflies!

Fresh out of their chrysalis state, these beautiful origami butterflies will add color to any space, or can be used as a special touch on gift packages. Twenty widely recognized species flutter into existence when you follow the detailed, illustrated instructions. Specially designed paper makes these beauties realistic! Field guide information introduces the most popular types among enthusiasts, including monarchs, swallowtails, blue morphos, and painted ladies. Fold your way to a conservatory of delicate beauty!

About The Author

Román Díaz has participated in origami conventions and workshops in the U.S., UK, Japan, Italy, Germany, Colombia, Israel, Brazil, France, and Spain, among others. He has authored five origami books and has collaborated on many more. His work is commissioned by advertisers, and his original pieces have been exhibited in many museums, including the Tokitin Museum in Haifa, EMOZ in Zaragoza, and various other venues. When he is not folding origami, Díaz keeps busy as a veterinary surgeon in Montevideo, Uruguay.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Thunder Bay Press (June 1, 2015)
  • Length: 80 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781626864023

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