A selection of our favorite web sites that you may find of interest.

  • Capital Area Paper Shapers (CAPS)
    • CAPS is a very active origami organization located in Columbus, which serves all of Ohio. They are also the hosts of the now- annual Centerfold Convention, held every August.
  • Cincinnati Book Art Society
  • Edinburgh Book Sculpture Project
  • Friends of Dard Hunter
    • A forum to exchange information and educate its members and the public about the art, craft, history, science and technology of papermaking, and the book arts.
  • Gildad’s Origami
    • Lots of origami book reviews and photo galleries.
  • Nick Robinson, Origami Artist
  • Ohio University COMPASS article about Paper Circle
    • An Ohio University COMPASS article about Paper Circle from August 2012.
  • Origami USA
    • The largest Origami association in the U.S.
  • Robert J. Lang
    • Dr. Lang is a professional origami artist, who creates amazing crease patterns for super complex origami folding. His site is filled with wonderful images and information.
  • The Morgan Conservatory
    • The Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory and Educational Foundation is an Ohio non-profit art center dedicated to the preservation of handmade papermaking and the art of the book.
  • The Robert C. Williams Paper Making Museum
    • The Robert C. Williams Paper Museum is an internationally renowned resource on the history of paper and paper technology. In addition to more than 2,000 books, the Museum features a remarkable collection of over 10,000 watermarks, papers, tools, machines, and manuscripts.
  • Awagami Factory
    • “Awagami Factory” is a brand of Japanese washi papers produced solely in Tokushima, Japan. Awagami operates on 8 generations of family knowledge and skill focusing on quality and refinement within this world-heritage craft. Awagami papers are used by the worlds leading artists, photographers, designers, bookbinders and conservators and unlike other washi of unknown origin, guarantee their papers 100%.