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- Origami USA: Home of the US Origami collective and a great source to Origami conferences worldwide.
- British Origami Society: Galleries, models, resource databases – there’s something for everybody. And if you’re in the neighbourhood, their conventions draw rave reviews!
- Origami Sweden: A lovely little site with personal information, model pictures and diagrams.
- Centro Diffusione Origami: The Italian origami society has a beautiful site with original models and an excellent link section.
- Origami-L: This is THE origami email discussion list, which you can subscribe to or simply search the archives. Ask questions, discuss all things origami, and keep on top of the latest origami developments.
- OUSA Diagrams: the OrigamiUSA website has a selection of model diagrams free to download, as well as a Publications section. Can’t find something there? Try here for BOS publications, the Oriwiki Database or Gilad’s Origami Database.
- Origami Video has a large collection of videos, from sightings and events to artists and model instructions.
- Looking for origami portals? Joseph Wu’s links are a great resource for organizations, services, and other sites. Or you might try this public directory.
- Origami Conventions: Love origami and love to travel? There are origami societies around the world! You can find a list of international origami conventions and exhibitions (compiled by Origami Deutschland).
- Origami Images @ Foto Search: Over 11,000 stock images related to origami for inspiration. Users can also find royalty-free clipart pictures, illustrations, stock video clips, maps, and more.
- The Paper Place: A great place for all your paper needs! This is our number one resource for paper in Toronto, and they offer the best range of origami paper in the city.
- Origami Paper Monster: Terrific selection of paper and check their blog for diagrams.
- Paper Pleat: Stocks paper in a lively variety of patterns and colours. Pick and choose to your heart’s content!
Just for Fun
- Origami Snowflake Game invented by Rick Nordal