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If I could fold 1000 paper cranes to make a wish, I'd make it for the people of Japan, to erase their sorry, heal their wounds, soothe their wounded souls. This is my first crane, folded for Students Rebuilding and captured for Miya Group. The strength of 5000 fingers holds the power of many, many good wishes. Collectively, we can wish for a brighter future reaching 1000 cranes in the blink of an eye before moving on to the next. Won't you join me? The organization Students Rebuilding is collecting 100,000 actual cranes. If you get a group together and fold more than 50, they will even send you pre-paid postage. The cranes are being woven into a sculpture, and the Bezos Family Foundation has pledged $2/crane up to $200,000! The money will support Architecture for Humanity's rebuilding efforts in Japan. The link for more information is And for those taking pictures of your origami cranes, this company is donating money for the first 1000 pictures they receive:

Method Press Issue 01  

The debut issue of Method Press. Method press is an independent art-filled quarterly celebrating low-fi thinkers. If you would like order yo...

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