Zach Dodson is a designing genius. His latest invention is "Storigami". Here is how the Featherproof site explains it, "In the spirit of featherproofexperimentation, we've decided to try a new sort of mini-book - the origami sort. These take quite a bit longer to construct, and a little more effort on the part of the reader, but hey, what else are you doing these days?".

The intial stories in this mold are from Chicago poets Kathryn Regina and Daniela Olszewska, Baltimore's Adam Robinson, and Mr. Dodson himself. Each stories is free and printable, and come complete with detailed instructions on how to assemble.

Take a break today and have some oragami fun courtesy of Featherproof.

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