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Kamiya Satoshi



Оригинал имени:
Камия Сатоси

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Дата рождения:
6 июня 1981
Место рождения:
Nagoya


Гражданство:
Япония



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Книги в каталоге:

  Год
Works of Satoshi Kamiya 2005
Works of Satoshi Kamiya 2 2012
World of Super Complex Origami 2010

Публикации:

  Год
Australia-2005 2005
CDO-2009 2010
JOAS 17 2007
JOAS 19 2009
JOAS 21 2011
OUSA-2001 2001
OUSA-2003 2003
OUSA-2008 2008
Olympiad-2008-2 2008
TC-04 1998
TC-05 1999
TC-06 2000
TC-07 2001
TC-08 2002
TC-09 2003
TC-10 2004
TC-11 2005
TC-12 2006
TC-13 2007
TC-14 2008
TC-15 2009
TC-16 2010
TC-17 2011
TC-18 2012
TC-19 2013
… следующие результаты


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Satoshi Kamiya (神谷 哲史 - means “A wise man in a valley of gods” , born June 6, 1981, in Nagoya, Japan). Kamiya Satoshi began folding paper since his infanthood, and he has been folding since then, without any period without folding.

  • In 1993, Kamiya joined Origami Tanteidan (currently JOAS), and, inspired by supercomplex models he saw there, he began real designing of origami models.
  • By 1999, Kamiya had already risen to the top of his field, taking first place in the Third Origami Championship on the variety show TV Champion in 1999. He would go on to win the fourth championship in 2000, as well as the fifth in 2002 and the sixth in 2004 for four consecutive wins.

He has also studied hand-made paper in the United States under the tutelage of Michael G. LaFosse of Boston, and origami at Origami USA in New York, where he cultivated many personal exchanges between local artists and origami-lovers in general.

  • In 2000, Kamiya went abroad and studied origami there for two years, meeting various creators and folders.

Currently, Kamiya keeps on designing models, seeking for the extensions of the art of origami.

  • In 2005, he published a collection of original works through Origami House, and most recently participated as a guest in the 2007 Origami USA Convention in New York.

Perhaps his most famous design is Ryujin 3.5, an elaborate dragon covered with scales and having a mustache, claws, and horns. The work can take up to one month to fold properly.[2] Satoshi has drawn inspiration for his designs from Manga, nature, and both eastern and western mythologies.

Many of Satoshi's origami designs are exceptionally complex; the dragons require around 275 steps each and need to be made from at least 20" squares of thin paper or foil. Another of his more notable models is a feathered, long-tailed phoenix. The dragon model is unique, however, in that the crease pattern is asymmetrical yet produces a symmetrical model. Kamiya has written one book, which includes diagrams of nineteen models of intermediate through complex difficulty.

Демонстрация лучших работ
Галерея работ

  1. American Cocker Spaniel TM-091
  2. Ancient Dragon [CP] TM-055
  3. Ancient Dragon Type 2 [CP] [Web 2001]
  4. Angel [CP] [Web 2000]
  5. Archaeopteryx [CP] TM-069
  6. A Regular Tetrahedron with a Hyperbolic Paraboloid [CP]TM-073
  7. Asiatic Elephant TM-100
  8. Bahamut [CP] [Web 1997]
  9. Bahamut BL [CP] [Web 1997]
  10. Bahamut TC-05
  11. Bahamut Zero [CP] [Web 1997]
  12. Blue Whale TM-072
  13. Brarosaurus lentus TC-06
  14. Cait Sith [CP] [Web 1997]
  15. Caribu 2.2 [CP] JSE-2011
  16. Caucasus Beetle (Atlas Beetle) [CP] [Web 2002]
  17. Cerberus TC-15
  18. Cerberus [CP] TM-097
  19. Chocobo [CP] [Web 2001]
  20. Chocobo - The Yellow Bird TC-09
  21. Chocobo & Moogle [CP] [Web 1997]
  22. Cicada Nymph OUSA-2008
  23. Coelophysis TC-08
  24. Crane TM-110
  25. Cyclommatus metalifer 2.0 TC-12
  26. Dantag Type 4 [CP] [Web 1998]
  27. Deinonychus 3.4 [CP] [Web 2001]
  28. Dragonfly 1.1B [CP] TM-082
  29. Dragon [Eastern Dragon] TC-01
  30. Eagle ray [Long-tailed version] [CP] [Web 1996]
  31. Flying Hercules Giant Beetle TM-063
  32. Giraffe [CP] [Web 2009]
  33. Golden Retriever TM-091
  34. Hercules Beetle [CP] [Web 2002]
  35. Hermit Crab 1.1 JSE-2007
  36. Horned Turban Folding Australia-2005
  37. Horse 1.1 JSE-2009
  38. Horse 1.1 [CP] [Web 2008]
  39. Jackalope [CP] [Web 2001]
  40. Japanese Tree Frog [CP] [Web 2009]
  41. Kirin (Eastern Unicorn) TM-058
  42. Leafy Sea Dragon "LSD" [CP] [Web 2008]
  43. Leafy Sea Dragon [CP] TM-125
  44. Lion 1.1 TC-13
  45. Lirebird TM-117
  46. Little Bird TM-104
  47. Loggerhead Sea Turtle TC-16
  48. Loggerhead Sea Turtle [CP] TM-081
  49. Longheaded Locust TM-125
  50. Making and developing of the Ryu Zin Eastern Dragon TM-072
  51. Mammuthus primigenius TM-085
  52. Minion [CP] [Web 2000]
  53. Minotaur CDO-2009
  54. Molbol [CP] [Web 1999]
  55. Noel Type 2 [CP] [Web 1997]
  56. Orca TC-08
  57. Pegasus TC-06
  58. Phoenix 3.0 [CP] [Web 2002]
  59. Phoenix 3.5 [CP] [Web 2002]
  60. Praying Mantis [CP] TM-113
  61. Pteranodon [CP] [Web 2001]
  62. Raccoon dog [CP] [Web 2009]
  63. R. Dorothy 2.0 [CP] [Web 2008]
  64. Reindeer TC-04
  65. Ryujin 2.1 [CP] [Web 2000]
  66. SACHIEL [CP] [Web 1997]
  67. Samurai Helmet Beetle 1.1 [CP] [Web 2002]
  68. Samurai Helmet Beetle 2.1 TC-14
  69. Sleipnir [CP] [Web 2001]
  70. Sleipnir TC-11
  71. Smilodon TM-068
  72. Styracosaurus [CP] [Web 2000]
  73. The Divine Boar [CP] [Web 1999]
  74. The Divine Boar TC-09
  75. Twisted Polyhedra TC-10
  76. Tyrannosaurus rex TC-05
  77. Unicorn TC-07
  78. Veiltail Angelfish TM-120
  79. Venus comb murex 2.0 [CP] [Web 2001]
  80. Wasp 2.0 [Web 2001]
  81. Wasp 2.6 Vespid [CP] TM-076
  82. Wizard [CP] [Web 2002]
  83. Wizard TM-077

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