This is the fifth in my series of reviews for Tuttle Publishers.
This time it’s not a book, but origami paper with famous ukiyoe prints. And, once again, Tuttle Publishers
will kindly be giving (gave away) one free set of these papers to a random visitor to my blog! The details about the giveaway will be at the end of this post.
Do you like origami? Are you interested in Japanese ukiyoe woodblock prints? How about traditional Japanese culture? Or even art in general?
If so, then you will certainly like “Origami Paper: Hiroshige Prints“!
This set contains forty-eight 6¾ inch origami papers printed with famous ukiyoe artwork by the master ukiyoe artist Hiroshige.
It also comes with an instruction sheet explaining how to fold six things such as the iconic “paper crane”.
You can buy “Origami Paper: Hiroshige Prints” here.
But, as I said above, one random visitor to my blog
will receive (received) this origami set directly from the publisher. To enter in the drawing, simply submit this form by 2014 October 11th:
***** Updated October 11th, 2014 *****
This special promo ended on 2014 October 11th. One random winner was selected and contacted directly by Tuttle Publishers (via email) with the details about the free origami set.
Thank you to all who entered, but only the winner was contacted.