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By Kunihiko Kasahara

This interesting mix of artwork and geometry will excite either your creativity and your interest. Out from less than your palms will come strikingly beautiful varieties: want by yourself home made capturing celebrity, all silvery, golden, or fiery purple; “grow” lovely crimson paper cherry blossoms (symbol of Japan, domestic of origami), and construct pyramids, cubic modules, and different dimensional figures.

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