We’re offering a free sample issue of the BOS magazine with every order – you can easily remove (or ignore) it if you’re already a member 😉
Our publications officer Paul Hanson has been hard at work recreating these old classics – a wonderful (and cheap) source of unpublished models for you to download – no postage costs or waiting !
Check our new “Iridescent” range (from Folia) – there are 4 different textures to choose from, plus a set of all four packs at a bargain price 😉
In the video there’s a also a short review of the new Model Collection from the recent BOS Milton Keynes convention. It’s available in both printed and pdf format.
We think you’ll love this paper, it’s eye-catching and beautiful!
See this product here
Last weekend, we ran our usual stall at the British Origami Society Convention in Milton Keynes. We asked the folders to make us some models using our paper, here are some of the results 😉
A short review of the 7.5cms Patterned / Harmony Korean paper by Origami Artist Nick Robinson, including instructions for folding a “Modular Boat Star” by Robinson using it. Currently this is a special offer, 4 packs for the price of 2, but only while stocks last.
Paper available here
Taken from a BOS collection.
We are continuing to reproduce our back catalogue of BOS Model Collections (thanks to the hard work of Paul Hanson). Here’s the latest, full of models you won’t find elsewhere!
Very thin paper that looks wonderful with the light shining through it!
New to our range is this pack containing all you need to produce the beautiful boxes shown on the cover. It includes pre-printed patterned papers for the lids, tant paper for the boxes as well as standard origami paper so you can practice the model before using the patterned paper. The designs have all been created by Makoto Yamaguchi, once of Japan’s creative Masters.
Here’s a video review of this paper and & a tutorial for the “Pinwheel” by Philip Shen
Here’s a video review of this paper
Our resident folding expert Nick Robinson tested out a pack of Pantone Four Seasons Colour paper in one of his school classes and had a favourable response. “The class loved them and in the end, the rest of my lesson plan went out the window, we folded & cut our way through an hour’s lesson. The students rated it “9/10” and some of them cut their own shapes from the leftover paper to further decorate the patterns.
Here’s a new product suitable for students of kirigami (paper cutting & folding).