Origami for years and getting connected to the net has literally opened up
a world of it for me, as you will see from the sites
below. Not all of them are in English but the diagrams should be
universally understandable. I hope.
If I've left
anything out or if you have questions, comment or cries of
displeasure please feel free to let me know. I'm in the process of removing some of the broken links and adding new ones so you can look forward to a revamped site shortly.
I haven't been to each and every
site (yet). I tried to keep to non-commercial sites with diagrams
so unless I've said otherwise, you'll find plenty to fold below. They
aren't in any particular order and there's some pretty dd stuff in here. One of these days I might get around to alphabetizing them but for now this will have to do.
If I have missed any links or if you have a page you would like to have included PLEASE email me. I'm open to suggestions and am always looking for sites to add to the list.
If you are looking for paper or books
try: Kim's Crane Origami Supplies.
I am not affiliated with them, nor do I get anything out of this but they do have a wonderful
selection and amazing prices.
Check out my "Minigami" page for some pictures of my work.
Now on to the links!
Joseph Wu's Origami page
-- this is the most comprehensive site I know of; there are links to diagrams all over the net as
well as other Origami pages. The two links below are especially
Origami in the Media -- the name says it all.
Origami Records and Curiosities
-- also a lot of fun.
Travel to Oriland
-- a completely awesome site.
Hiden Senbazuru Orikata
-- created in 1797 this book is
the first known collection of Origami diagrams for amusement. It
has been restored and posted to the net.
Thousand Cranes Peace Network
-- there's a legend that says if
you fold a thousand paper cranes you'll get a wish. This site is
dedicated to all those who wish for Peace.
-- the Bay Area Rapid Folders
Dr Stephen O'Hanlon's Origami Page
-- home of many dinosaurs and the
amazing Origami Yoda.
Fabric Origami Workshop
-- a really cool idea. Wish I'd
thought of it.
Envelope and Letterfolding
-- these are a lot of fun. Letter
writing is becoming a lost art among many of us (myself
included); being able to personalize it this way makes it much
Folds.Net Links: Origami Diagrams on the Web
Dollar Bill Origami by Bob Nienhuis
-- an Exhibition Hall. Not a site
with diagrams but interesting none the less.
The Geometry Junkyard: Origami
-- I just really like the name.
It's more of a discussion page I think, but a neat place to
-- Paris's Place. Many diagrams.
Valerie Vann's Modular Origami Page
Netpark Origami Page (English)
classic cranes Origami Home Page
Francis Ow's Origami Page
Online Origami -- The Web Page
Robin Glynn's Origami page
Pieces and Creases
-- animated diagrams.
Origami Web Resources for Students
Welcome to the World of Origami
Make an Origami Frog! / Wisconsin
Sea Grant Madison Area Jasonx
Hecht's Web Site -- Origami
Darren's Origami page
-- has a very nice butterfly.
Ka-leung's Origami Greyhounds
-- animated stuff.
Asociación Vallecaucana de
Centro Diffusione Origami - Benvenuti!
-- ummmm, Italian? Has some really
nice stuff including Mickey and Minnie.
Israel Origami Art Society
-- an Adobe site. For fonts?
Fold a Fabric-Origami Treasure Box
- Threads Magazine
Cattail's Origami Page
-- Origami movies. Another person
with a lot of time on their hands.
HS Lim's Origami Page
-- lots of pictures, you have to
scroll down to the end of a pretty long page to find the diagrams
but there's one of Snoopy.
~ Alec’s Origami Menu ~
-- a.k.a. "Origami with a
sense of humor". Ya gotta check it out.
-- this one has an English option.
Welcome to Origami Sverige's homepage
-- Swedish site.
Tanteidan Home Page
-- Japanese site with English option.
Marc Kirschenbaum's Origami Page
Peter Budai's Homepage
-- in the Czech Republic maybe? I'm not
Galeria origami Krystyny Burczyk -
ciekawe strony origami
-- Polish, I think.
-- I tried to avoid Galleries, I
wanted to focus on diagrams, but there's some lovely stuff here.
-- there's only the one diagram on this
page but it's one of my favorite models.
-- there is some very cool stuff here.
The Aikido Faq: Top 10 Reasons that
Origami = Aikido
-- the only site I've found in my
home town so far. In French, the diagrams are in the
-- click and download.
Compiling for Computational Origami
Using Probabilistic Optimization
-- a thesis I think.
sorba Engineering & consulting Origami
-- I think they're selling software?
Origami Peace Doves
-- another peace project.
Mundo do Origami
-- the diagrams are under Dobraduras. I
Cheung's Origami Page
-- more pretty pictures.
Evolutionstechnik or Selection and
Variation in the Egyptian Origami Bird (Avis papyrus)
-- another thesis I think. Kinda
Origami Club --
has English option.
-- more people with a lot of time.
-- and uncensored e-list.
Origami - The wonderful world
of paper folding
-- commercial site but they have a free download.
-- some neat paper folding projects tucked
in with a bunch of other stuff.
Hans Bodlaender's page
Jim Plank's Origami Page (Modular)
Interactive Origami in Vrml
-- I know him, so I stuck him in
here. Cool pictures.
Geoline's Origami page
-- you need Shockwave but it looks like a
Mark's Origami Olio
Kitty Valley Cyber
Origami Interest Group
-- from the Netherlands. Very good
Origami Mathematics Page
Origami USA Homepage
Paper Folding by Chris Palmer
-- pretty pictures. He's done some
really neat stuff.
Sy's Paper Folding page
-- Wow! Bookmark it. Mine too
while you're at it.
-- a Portuguese page.
Pseudo Art Gallery (Origami Page)
A Korean Origami Page
Star Wars Origami
-- name says it all.
Origami Related Poem -\The Heart As
Origami\ -- now
I'm just getting tired.
-- links to some but not all the
Alpenfalten - Origami in der Schweiz by
Matthias Gutfeldt: Origami diagrams, pictures, and links
-- y'have to see the picture.
-- Star Wars and Trek stuff.
Origami Swan for Beginners
-- a.k.a. "Why is Origami
Good For You?"
How to fold the Unicorn
-- for all the Bladerunner fans.
Jasper's Origami Menagerie
Keanu's Toilet Paper Origami Page
Major Neo-Naks Origami
Homepage for "Origami Airplane"
Crying Origami (1999)
-- movie review. Looks good.
-- kinda neat. (getting tired of saying
Origami-WEB, Homepage of Origami
Nippon Origami Association (NOA)
Clouds of Thoki Yenn
How to make an origami yak
-- feed it bad paper? (Really,
really tired now.)
& Mental Health Therapy
-- could use some about now.
Jurassic Park - Virtual Origami
Russian Origami Magazine
-- English version.
Origami: Publications & Reviews
-- much stuff.
Origami Christmas Ornament & Ball
Flatbed Scanning Your 3D Origami
HoadWorks Puzzle - Word Origami
Get Real! Story archives-- Origami
-- he does Origami with metal.
Maarten van Gelder - Origami
The Art of Japan
-- very nice.
Welcome to the World of Origami
-- this might be one I've already done but
it has C-3PO Diagrams.
The Perry-Gami Page
The Origami of Torsten Drees
JB's Origami Diagrams
Origami Diagrams - Learn an Easy
Swan or test your skills at more complex models!
-- the Fascinating Folds Website.
Another commercial one.
Origami Errata and Hints
Algunos Modelos originales
Qué es Origami?
Gamarauder Paper Planes
-- apparently one of the best paper
Build the best paper airplane!
-- hmmm, m'thinks we have a
Just for Fun -- Making Paper
Origami -- League of Intrepid Paper
"Let there be lips!" If you've seen the Rocky you'll
get it when you get here. (If you don't get it -- see the Rocky.)
Nick Robinson's work
The Wonderful World of Origami
Hirofumi Fujiwara's Origami Homepage
-- another ThinkQuest site.
-- a 1998 ThinkQuest entry.
Emmajg's Origami Web Page
-- yup, that what it is. Origami with
Bandannas -- a.k.a napkin folding.
Bieker.Com Hobby Links
-- some good paper links.
-- a Japanese page. There's a link to
English but I couldn't make it work.
CHicago Area Origami Society
-- sorry, Japanese only.
MM's Modular Mania
Page Origami de Vincent
-- French site.
! Claudia Valentini Welcome to my
Whimsical Workshop, Origami and String
Thousand Cranes Network
The Pacific Coast Origami Conference
The Winnipeg Folk Festival | The
Bits of Smith
Dave's Home Page
-- Has a lot more than just Origami
Alex Bateman's Page
-- this might be a duplicate link
but I don't think so.
Oded's origami page
minamoto - origami 00 - impressions
on japan, japanese people and language
Hank Zeck & His Origami Home
Looc My's Origami Page
Wish: Hana no Monogatari--Origami
Dan Martin's Origami Home Page
Home - The World of Origami
Windycitykids Origami The Main Page
-- animated diagram.
Caroline's Origami Kingdom
AMiR - The black crane
Origami by Kevin Park
-- an Origami matchbook from a
-- very strange.
Rosa's cool Origami
-- very pretty.
CJ's Origami Page
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