Byriah Loper has folded origami for five years. His interest in origami art began with the discovery of a paper airplane calendar, which inspired him to model more complicated objects out of paper. Loper quickly discovered modular origami and has since designed and folded more than 250 original works. Byriah is a student at Asbury University in Kentucky.
"Paper-folding enthusiasts and math fans will likely find this book a welcome challenge..." --Booklist
"This book lives up to its title--and is ideal for those who are up for a fascinating origami challenge. Congrats to Byriah Loper on his cosmic constructions!" --The Papercraft Post blog
"Loper's models take patience, persistence, and skill, and are best suited to experienced origami artists who are looking for a unique and eye-catching challenge." --Library Journal
"This book has easy to follow instructions to make some amazing polyhedra origami projects." --Crafty Moms Share blog
"It was soothing to fold each unit repetitively, and it was also a fun challenge to tackle the assembling, sort of like working on a puzzle...I recommend this book to any origami enthusiasts, but especially those who enjoy modular origami!" --Yuki's Origami blog
..".a must-have for low intermediate to complex folders for its uniqueness, easy-to-understand directions, visual clarity, and creative mind-blowingness." --Origami USA's "The Paper"
"Mind Blowing Modular Origami is definitely one of the most interesting origami books I've ever seen and I'd highly recommend it." --Origami.me blog