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Display booths and Japanese performances, such as the lion dance, Shamisen, Taiko (traditional Japanese drumming), martial arts, calligraphy, origami, anime and more.
The designer says it's inspired by three things from Japanese culture: Kimonos, simplicity and origami.
Step 1: Think like an origami artist and fold the T-shirt so the side seams are in the middle and the front logo is folded in half.
Designed by someone who probably does origami, Apple’s fold-over Smart Keyboard and screen cover, when closed, maintains the tablet’s ultra slim line profile and light weight (adding just 9 ounces to the package.)
One is the origami unicorn—which Edward James Olmos's character leaves at Deckard's house the morning after Deckard dreams of a unicorn.
Collapsible luggage has graduated beyond its early phases of experimental design: No fewer than four exemplary suitcases have come on the market in recent months, each with an origami-like quality that facilitates compact storage.
The satellite also will test a new way of transmitting data, using a high-frequency antenna with an alternative design that will unfold in space, like deconstructed origami.
The Origami Revolution The ancient paper-folding art of origami is enjoying a digital-era rebirth.
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Origin and Etymology of origami
First Known Use: 1948See Words from the same year
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