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Brian Chan has been designing complex origami for 6 years. He has won prizes in the MIT origami competition and the Japan Origami Academic Society competition for his work. His designs have been exhibited in several galleries including the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA. In 2006 he was invited to Japan as the Yoshino Issei Fund special guest. Two years later he was invited as the special guest to the Spanish origami convention.

In addition to origami, Brian has more than 10 years of experience with bladesmithing and woodworking. He is currently crafting a violin and a shamisen (the Japanese three-stringed fretless banjo).

See more of Brian's origami work at his website:
http://chosetec.darkclan.net/origami

See Brian's T-shirt and graphic designs:…

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  • Joined September 17, 2008

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Wood, paper, steel, copper, silver, bone, horn

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About

Brian Chan has been designing complex origami for 6 years. He has won prizes in the MIT origami competition and the Japan Origami Academic Society competition for his work. His designs have been exhibited in several galleries including the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA. In 2006 he was invited to Japan as the Yoshino Issei Fund special guest. Two years later he was invited as the special guest to the Spanish origami convention.

In addition to origami, Brian has more than 10 years of experience with bladesmithing and woodworking. He is currently crafting a violin and a shamisen (the Japanese three-stringed fretless banjo).

See more of Brian's origami work at his website:
http://chosetec.darkclan.net/origami

See Brian's T-shirt and graphic designs:
http://otaku-shirts.com

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