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Folding One Thousand Origami Cranes For Japan

Folding One Thousand Origami Cranes For Japan

Anomaly London has started an art project to raise awareness and funds for the victims of Japan's earthquake and tsunami.

Timothy Ryan, PSFK Labs

Based on the ancient Japanese legend that promises a single wish to anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes, Anomaly London, a multidisciplinary marketing communications firm and advertising agency, created the One Thousand Cranes For Japan project.

In return for a donation to the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund, visitors to the charity’s site can print off illustrations donated by famous artists and illustrators, like the image shown at the top of this article by Laura Quick. Contributors are then encouraged to fold and display their origami cranes on their Facebook pages. See the site below to make a donation.

One Thousand Cranes For Japan

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