Have you ever wondered which books are in my origami shelf?
I had published a somewhat hidden list, which got quite unorganized (or at least not very accessible) when my origami library grew. So I decided to add a new section to this website, which not only lists the books I own, but also has some interesting data on them.
So, for the curious, you can check out which books I own at http://www.happyfolding.com/books
Today I met up with Meenakshi Mukerji. She's an absolutely lovely person, and you might know some of her superb modular designs. She also has a fabulous website, which I usually consult when I'm searching for modular pieces to fold.
While checking the referrers to this website, I found out that the Independent featured my website in one of their posts:
Check it out. I'm no 1, Robert Lang is no 3. I'm not sure that's a true representation, but I'm definitely excited about the feature!
I'd heard a couple of people say that the Italian origami conventions were some of the best, and that I should really go. Sure enough, the name of the Italian origami society, Centro Diffusione Origami, is promising enough. (I think you could translate it as "Centre for Spreading Origami"). And when I found out that I'd start working in a full time position shortly after this year's convention, I decided I just had to go. Did the convention live up to my expectations? In one word: yes. In a couple more words, here are my highlights: