Flying Dinosaurs Paper Airplane Kit(9780804855884)

Origami
$16.99
Current Stock:
SKU:
9780804855884
Publisher:
Tuttle Publishing
ISBN:
9780804855884
Format:
Paperback & Kit
Date Published:
06/13/2023
Illustrations:
Boxed kit with full-color 48-page book and 36 folding sheets (6.75x9.5inch)
Trim Size:
7 X 9 3/4

This kit will provide hours of fun and excitement for the whole family!

Everything you need to create 36 exciting paper airplane dinosaurs is included in this kit. The airplanes range from simple models that can be folded up in a few minutes to slightly more complex ones with superior aerodynamics.

Most of your favorite dinosaurs are included here:
  • Stegosaurus--whose thick, bony plates double as wing stabilizers
  • Velociraptor--a clever nose-lock dart that's designed for speed in flight!
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex--whose muscular jaws provide ballast at the front of the plane
  • Plesiosaurus--with a long, fuselage-like neck which is surprisingly stealthy in the air
  • And many other impressive flying dinosaur airplanes!

The full-color, step-by-step instructions in the accompanying book are very easy to follow and flying tips are also included to help you coax the best performance from each model.

Paper airplanes have never looked this good!


About the Author:
Sam Ita has been fascinated with paper airplanes since an early age. He started as a production assistant for Robert Sabuda and Matthew Reinhart, and worked on many bestselling pop-up books, including America the Beautiful and Encyclopedia Prehistorica, and on Christmas cards for the Museum of Modern Art. His creations include Christmas Tree In-a-Box, Van Gogh's Sunflowers In-a-Box, The Odyssey, Moby Dick, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and Frankenstein. Sam co-authored Flying Dragons Paper Airplane Kit. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Paul Frasco is an origami designer focused on expressive animal and fantasy designs boasting fun and accessible folding sequences. Paul's design aesthetic is influenced by modern origami greats like Robert Lang and the late Eric Joisel. The scale of Paul's work ranges from diminutive pieces folded from a single sheet of standard origami paper, to oversized pieces--including one folded from a single 18 x 18 foot sheet of paper for installation at Stony Brook University's Wang Center for Asian Studies. Together with fellow folder Shrikant Iyer, Paul holds the Guinness World Record for folding the largest origami dragon from a 24-foot square piece of paper. He has been featured in public spaces, museums, libraries and galleries around the US. Paul authored Disney Origami and he co-authored Creative Origami and Beyond and Flying Dragons Paper Airplane Kit. He lives in Manhattan.