Extreme Origami by Won Park: A Book Review and a Challenge
won park was born in korea and moved to the united states when he was three years old. he began folding paper when he was six years old. his mother was his first teacher. when he got older he learned more complex origami from library books. he began folding money when he was in middle school. he was drawn to the paper that money is made from because it is strong and resilient. since then he has made money his canvas and has specialized in folding u.s. one dollar bills. most of his creations are from only one dollar, but some of them are from two or three dollars.
extreme origami by won park
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