Paul Jackson

August 14, 2021

Paul Jackson on Paper Talk

The Sunday Paper #376

August 15, 2021

I had a lovely interview with Paul Jackson on Paper Talk! Jackson is a professional paper artist, paper engineer, writer and teacher since 1983, who specializes in origami and the folded arts. …

August 14, 2021

Paul Jackson

You can listen to this episode by clicking on the white arrow above, or subscribe to the Paper Talk podcast on Apple Podcasts (or find more listening options on Anchor.fm) so you never miss an episode. If you enjoy …

April 17, 2021

Go Fold Me

The Sunday Paper #359

April 18, 2021

I have spent a good part of this week reviewing the galleys for my upcoming book, The Art of Papercraft. I felt old asking for a hard copy, since everything is done digitally …

July 18, 2020

Papermaker of the Week

The Sunday Paper #321
July 19, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Nancy Cohen

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. …

January 14, 2017

Paper Screens

The Sunday Paper #142, January 15, 2017

Paper of the Week: Japanese Tissue – White Sudare


This is another paper in the supply kit for my online class Paper Illuminated. This thin Japanese tissue is available from Mulberry Paper &

May 27, 2016

Japanese momi (crinkled) papers

The Sunday Paper #109, May 29, 2016
Sponsored Paper of the Week: Konnyaku Washi Sampler from Washi Arts

Konnyaku is powdered Devil’s Tongue root, a natural plant starch that, when mixed with water and applied by brush to Japanese kozo …

June 18, 2013

On the Bookshelf


I am in Portland for 12 days (the first five have flown by). Yesterday, the kids and I went to Powells Books and we each went our separate ways (they know where to find me… in the papercraft section). I …

December 18, 2012

8. Pleat Pleat

We’ve all seen fancy ways to pleat and tuck fabric in the fashion world. Guess what? There are a variety of ways in which artists have adapted these techniques in paper. In Playing With Paper, I feature a couple …