Spring is here, and in San Francisco at the Amazon Web Services Headquarters, Taro’s Origami Studio helped a bunch of employees celebrate the season by folding origami flowers and bunnies.
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As a part of the campaign to launch the brand new, 2018 Lexus LS, Several Lexus Dealerships in New Jersey have invited Taro’s Origami Studio to fold models for guests.
With the successful launch of the Falcon Heavy rocket, SpaceX was looking for a way to celebrate and tapped Taro’s Origami for some folding fun at a downtown Washington D.C. restaurant.
In late 2017 and early 2018 Taro’s Origami Studio worked with a local Brooklyn based artist to create an enormous, elaborate, and elegant Lexus origami installation.
Farfetch is a British-based luxury fashion line. Last month when they where looking for an eye-catching way to distribute an exclusive discount to selected guests, they contacted Taro’s Origami Studio.
Last week, the Taro’s Origami Staff in Oakland, California went down the street to visit and teach an origami workshop for about 50 people at the Rockridge Public Library.
This weekend in Manhattan, Frank Ling of Taro’s Origami Studio helped run an origami booth at a Google pop-up store in recognition of the Pixel 2 phone.
Taro’s Origami Studio was on set yesterday for the filming of an episode of the “Untitled Action Bronson Show” tv show at the Vice Studio in Brooklyn NY.
Metlife recently contacted Taro’s Origami Studio to help with an international on-line dollar bill origami campaign, and Taro’s was happy to create some new designs for them.
For this holiday season, Taro Yaguchi was invited to share his skill in Origata, the Japanese art of gift wrapping, at the Lower Manhattan flagship Byredo store.
During the holiday season, Nomura Securities in Manhattan New York wanted a way to treat their employees to something special, so they hired Taro’s Origami Studio for some unique entertainment.
Last week, The Taro’s Origami staff in Oakland CA, visited the offices of UDemy, an on-line learning platform, and taught some origami models as a part their staff wellness campaign.
When Mindtouch approached Taro’s Origami Studio in Oakland CA, they were looking for a fun way to integrate exciting content and visual storytelling to their website.
The National Park Foundation hired Taro’s Origami Studio for their donation campaign to help create some intricate time-lapse origami videos showing their money going to good use.
Taro’s Origami Studio was asked to take part in a recent Martha Stewart weddings event in Midtown Manhattan.
Taro’s Origami Studio offers a wide variety of services, but one of the best is simply hiring them to teach some origami, which is exactly what Workday did.
Bank of America hired Taro’s Origami Studio for some fun dollar bill origami time-lapse Instagram videos reminding people about some great tips for using their money wisely.
In early 2017, Taro’s Origami Studio in Park Slope Brooklyn NY, worked with Roger Vivier, the luxury shoe and style company to create a unique origami giveaway for guests.
In mid 2017, Taro’s Origami was approached by the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C. about a project to re-create the famous Hirshhorn Museum building in paper.
Recently Taro’s Origami helped create some amazing stop motion videos for General Electric. Taro’s designers attended an event and created models unique to the story GE wanted to tell.
In September of 2017, Taro’s Origami Studio worked closely with Louis Vuitton to promote their line of official fragrances. Taro’s artists folded flowers that were then treated with the fragrance for guests to experience.
The Conrad Hotel and Japanese airline ANA – All Nippon Airways – teamed up to host an event in Battery Park City were Taro’s Origami Studio staff created gifts and gave lessons to guests.
Tatcha is a Japanese skin care company that approached Taro’s Origami Studio in the summer of 2017 with an exciting inquiry. They were interested in an advertising campaign based on origami!
This week, Taro’s Origami Studio in Oakland California entertained guests at the downtown San Francisco Hilton
The Monmouth County Mental Health Association brought in Taro’s Origami Studio for a relaxing night of folding origami butterflies.
WIllis Towers Watson, a global advisory, broking,and solutions company was looking for a fun staff activity, so they called Taro’s Origami Studio for a class.
Taro’s Origami Studio was asked recently to create an origami display and folding booth experience for the Spanish handmade porcelain company Lladró.
Recently, the Taro’s Origami Oakland team was asked to design and teach some origami models over at the AirBnB corporate headquarters in San Francisco
As a part of the activities provided by Oracle during the Oracle OpenWorld Convention, Taro’s Origami Studio setup an origami station to help people learn something new and relax.
Grey Goose, the famous French vodka company, needed something eye-catching for their Manhattan pop-up store, so they contacted Taro’s Origami for a fantastic flock of origami geese.
Origami Logic is a marketing analytics company in Mountain View California. They asked Taro’s Origami Studio to create some dynamic origami creations for their website and advertising.
When ROI-DNA, a digital marketing and website design company in downtown San Francisco first called Taro’s Origami Studio it was only for some lessons.
In the summer of 2015 Taro’s Origami Studio flew to Catalina Island off the coast of Los Angeles to fold giant origami models for an enormous Bud Light party.
For the Second year in a row, Taro’s Origami Studio in Oakland provided origami tablets and teaching instructions for a prospective employee event.
For a Bay Area company, we designed several origami car model options from currency around the world. The company then used these to create an international ad campaign.
Taro’s Origami Studio in Oakland California created a unique origami version of the Zenefits logo for the company. This model was a brand new design made to be a close to the logo as possible.
Taro’s Origami Studio was recently asked to design a dollar bill movie camera for the front cover of the Spring 2017 issue of the Documentary Magazine.
Jennifer didn’t start paper folding until later in life when she became a stay-at-home-Mother to two children, Max and Sophie. After purchasing her first Origami bird-making kit, she couldn’t stop folding paper and within the next year began her own After…