Launching OshiboriArt.com

The paint is still wet on JapanSoc, but I’ve managed to get another new website online. This time, I’ve picked the little covered topic of oshibori origami, or what I like to call oshiborigami. I’m talking about making animals, food and other exotic items from those wet hand towels you’re given in Japanese restaurants.

OshiboriArt.com is a fun tutorial site with videos and photos to show each step of the origami process. The video below is a compilation video of all the designs on the site, and before you ask, yes that is me playing with the oshibori. If you like what you see, help me make this thing go viral! 😀

If you can’t view the video, watch it here on YouTube.

If you like, you can find me on Twitter at @nick_ramsay. I'd love to hear from you!

3 thoughts on “Launching OshiboriArt.com

  1. Wow I can learn to make a “Willy” haa haa haa!! It really is kinda fun to do that stuff and once spent an hour in a restaurant with friends making up funny animals. (We were quite drunk at the time!)

    Keith

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