Tadashi Mori Origami was a world-renowned origami artist and designer who passed away in 2018 at the age of 86. His works have been exhibited around the world and he has even designed origami paperbacks, which we’ll miss dearly.
He is credited with helping to revive origami as an art form, and his influence will be felt for many years to come.
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Origami artist Tadashi Mori passed away in 2018 at the age of 86 after a long and successful career. His works have been exhibited around the world, even being featured in origami paperbacks. We’ll miss his intricate designs and inventive folding techniques.
Tadashi Mori Origami was a world-renowned origami artist and designer
Tadashi Mori Origami, a world-renowned origami artist and designer, passed away in 2013 at the age of 78. He is best known for his intricate paper sculptures that often featured animals or flowers.
His pieces have been exhibited around the world and are held in many prestigious collections including The Museum of Modern Art in New York City. After retiring from teaching origami, Tadashi Mori created a line of children’s books about his artistry entitled “Origami.” Fans can follow him on Facebook to stay up-to-date on his latest designs and exhibitions
He passed away in 2018 at the age of 86
Tadashi Mori, known as the “father of origami,” passed away in 2018 at the age of 86 after a long and prolific career. He is best known for his intricate paper folds, which have been featured in numerous exhibitions and publications around the world.
Mori was born in Japan in 1934 and started folding paper at an early age. In 1971, he founded Origami Folding Workshop, where he taught aspiring origamists from all over the world until his death last year. His legacy will live on through his students and creations alike
His works have been exhibited around the world and he has even designed origami paperbacks
Tadashi Mori, the origami master who has designed paperbacks and worked with museums around the world, died in March of this year at age 81. Mori was known for his intricate designs that were often inspired by nature or traditional Japanese art forms.
His works have been exhibited around the world and he even designed origami paperbacks himself- one of which is currently on display at a museum in Tokyo. Mori also taught origami to students all over the world and served as an advisor to Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan).
His death leaves a void in the world of origami but his legacy will live on through his talented students
We’ll miss you Tadashi Mori Origami
Tadashi Mori Origami, the acclaimed origami artist who tragically passed away in November of 2018, will be greatly missed. His intricate and graceful folded paper creations were loved by many and his work will continue to inspire others for years to come.
The Japanese Paper folding Society has created a scholarship in his honor which will be awarded annually to an outstanding student of origami. In celebration of Tadashi Mori’s life, we’ve put together some of our favorite works from the master himself. We’ll never forget your talent Tadashi Mori – thank you for sharing it with us.
Tadashi Mori, the origami artist who created the iconic “Bird of Paradise” folded paper sculpture died in Japan on December 25th, 2016 at the age of 81.
After folding his first paper crane in 1965, Tadashi Mori became an internationally renowned artist and taught origami to students around the world.