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Akira Yoshizawa Google Doodle Celebrates Father Of Modern Origami

Akira Yoshizawa Google Doodle Celebrates Father Of Modern Origami

By Amanda Crum March 14, 2012

Japanese artist Akira Yoshizawa is credited with making the craft of paper folding–origami–an art form, and today Google launched their newest doodle, which celebrates what would have been his 101st birthday. @marissamayermarissamayerWe’re celebrating one of the all-time great origami artists …

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