|Other Retailer||Price Checked Time||Their Price in AUD||Our Price|
|Amazon UK||today||42.83||$19.15||You save $23.68|
|Amazon US||9 days ago||29.46||$19.15||You save $10.31|
|Book Depository US||2 days ago||21.09||$19.15||You save $1.94|
Origami master Michael G. LaFosse is a co-founder of the Origamido Studio, a learning center and design studio dedicated to the art of origami, and the only place in the world specializing in hand papermaking for the origami artist. LaFosse was prominently featured in the recent Peabody Award-winning documentary, Between the Folds. Richard L. Alexander co-founded the Origamido Studio, where he is the chief papermaker. Together, Alexander and LaFosse have created dozens of origami exhibitions, and more than seventy books, kits, and videos about paper and paper arts.
"The projects are geared towards beginners but not necessarily children. The kit actually includes a wide range of difficulty. [...] When the book instructions were difficult to follow, they watched the videos on the included DVD. The videos are excellent and really helpful if you find the instructions confusing." --Omiyage Blog blog "You get to sit behind LaFosse's shoulder, watch and follow along as he patiently guides you through the simple as well as more tricky steps, providing tips and techniques for better results. This will enable even beginners to get a grasp on slightly more advanced designs. Highly recommend for anyone who wants to dip their toes into origami!" --Gilad's Origami Page blog "This set is perfect for anyone interested in Japanese art in general--but especially in learning Japanese origami (art of paper folding). I'm not very good at origami...but I was able to fold many things by following the steps on the DVD and in the book!" --Tokyo Five blog "This wonderful kit contains everything you need to get started on your origami adventures. [...] The instructions are all clear and concise, perfect for anyone who wants to learn this age-old art of paper folding. Kids of all ages can choose from a variety of origami crafts, ranging from traditional cranes to more modern designs like airplanes and flowers." --AllFreeKidsCrafts.com blog "If you enjoy the art of paper folding, or Origami, then one of the best sources of instruction is Michael G. LaFosse. The Ultimate Origami for Beginners Kit is excellent for both beginners and children. World-renowned origami designers and artists Michael G. LaFosse and Richard L. Alexander have selected paper folding projects from popular origami categories such as traditional origami, modern origami, origami flowers, paper airplanes, cute cuddly animals and much more!" --Suzy's Artsy Craftsy Sitcom blog "The Perfect Kit for Beginners -- Everything You Need Is in This Box! Includes an Easy-to-Use Instruction Book, DVD and 62 Folding Papers for 19 Exciting Projects. Do not worry about getting stuck! The DVD is very easy to follow, unlike many of the videos out there. You will take your folding to the next level. Explore a variety of projects including traditional, money, modular, paper airplane, animal, modern and wet folding. Below, Kanji the Dog is folded from a single 6 inch blue square from the kit. Paper in 3 sizes, a variety of solid colors. There's even replica dollar bills for money folds. No scissors or glue required." --Handmade by Deb blog "It's the first kit to introduce all the various forms of origami that are popular today. No matter what your skill level is in paper folding, be sure you check out this kit today; you're sure to learn something new!" --AllFreepaperCrafts blog "Ultimate Origami for Beginners is not your average beginner's guide. It includes a substantial booklet with easy-to-follow directions for somewhat more advanced beginner items--an oxymoron I realize--but I say that because this is not the cup, the crane, the box. The booklet includes flowers, animals (baby dinosaur, seahorse), airplanes, and dollar folds. Not to worry, though, the instructions are thoroughly illustrated and described. Plus if you're really stuck, there's a DVD guide to take you through the steps one-by-one." --8asians.com blog