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By far, the best source for all Origami books and supplies is Origami USA. Individual annual membership is $25, and you get newsletters, mailings, discounts on materials. Their snail mail address is:

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Paul's favorite Origami authors and some of their books:

John Montroll: The master of modern origami, with the best illustrated complex models, some of which are sculpted, and others utilize the colors of both paper sides.
Origami for the Enthusiast ISBN 0-486-23799-0
Origami Sculptures ISBN 0-486-26587-0
Prehistoric Origami ISBN 1-877656-01-1
Origami Sea Life (co-authored with Robert Lang) ISBN 1-877656-03-8

Robert Lang: Crafter of innovative, well documented complex models, often three-dimensional and very detailed (some begin with rectangles).
The Complete Book of Origami ISBN 0-486-25837-8
Origami Insects and Their Kin ISBN 0-486-28602-9

Peter Engel: Fascinating mathmatician and creator, a bit more stylized in his paper works, and his results are stunning.
Origami from Angelfish to Zen ISBN 0-486-28138-8

Fuse: The Japanese "Modular Queen," as she is known, devises prolific and wonderous 3-D objects: boxes, spirals, fans, and polyhedrons.
Boxes, Boxes, Boxes ISBN 4-416-38716-4
Sprials ISBN 4-480-87202-7

Origami resources on the Net:

Historical Background of Origami
Joseph Wu's Origami Page
Origami Interest Group
Origami Newsgroup
Origami Resources
Origami USA

Last revised: May 04, 1998