origami origami

Definition(s):

  • (n) the Japanese art of folding paper into shapes representing objects (e.g., flowers or birds)

Usage(s):

  1. The conversation segued from origami to car-racing to striptease and ultimately to the building.
  2. Geometry takes center stage now that origami, no longer just a paper-folding pastime, is design's method of the moment.
  3. With Rick bringing in Andy, we became more confident because he is capable of making three-dimensional origami.

News

  1. Make origami cranes for cancer patients

    KEARNEY —Kearney Public Library will offer seven free sessions to show participants how to fold origami cranes as a way to bring hope to and uplift the spirits of cancer patients.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Kearney Hub

  2. Origami Owl Responds to Massive Growth with Additional Leadership

    CHANDLER, Ariz., June 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Origami Owl®, a social selling brand best known for its unique line of customizable jewelry and flagship line Living Lockets®, has appointed direct sell veteran ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

  3. Company spotlight: Origami Owl Custom Jewelry

    Origami Owl Custom Jewelry: It’s a home party business that allows me to create a personalized shopping experience. Each locket is unique and tells a story.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Ventura County Star

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Quotes

  1. "There's an origami thing going on, a little Polynesia. There'sa plant on her head," Cojocaru said. "She's desperate, desperate, desperate for attention and she will be in every magazine tomorrow." "Even though I used to wear a live...
    on Feb 11, 2007 By: Steven Cojocaru Source: MSNBC

  2. "It's a very, very strange film," McKidd said. "It's a hybrid of a western and a martial arts film. It was also shot in Bucharest on green-screen stages. The world it's set in is almost circus-like in the feel of it, and it's all origami. The...
    on Feb 13, 2010 By: Kevin McKidd Source: Los Angeles Times (blog)

  3. Walter Benjamin described Kafka's works as "parables without morals, unfolding not as origami boats, to be smoothed back into flatness," but rather unfurling in the way "a bud turns into a blossom."
    on Dec 11, 2008 By: Walter Benjamin Source: The National

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