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ORILAND: What Origami Can Be!
(Sun City Kingdom, Paper Sea and Dino-skeleton)

Toronto Public Library (St. James Town Branch),
Toronto, ON, Canada, March 17 – 21, 2009

"Simply breatht taking! Truly a unique and wonderful way to look at origami. Thank you for sharing your vision with young and old and everyone inbetween!"
(Andrew Lumb, from Exhibition Guestbook)


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Oriland Exhibition

ORILAND Exhibition Goblins are visiting the Magic Bazaar. Among the numerous goods, the Goblin-lady seems to be interested in Magic Mirrors, while her boyfriend is carrying a Magic Carpet on his shoulder and it seems thinking of new shoes :) Each goblin is 6 inches (15 cm) high and made of 17 pieces of paper. We also were happy to meet some of our Oriland.com fans at the exhibition, the new and old ones. Some of them followed Oriland from childhood and now came to the show as University students already. And some are new, who just discovered Oriland for themselves.

From Exhibition Guestbook: "I love the exhibition and the best I have seen in my whole life. - Celine"
ORILAND Exhibition The Magic Bazaar is a popular place, where you can find magic carpets for all tastes, vessels, and magic mirrors, books of magic tales and treasure chests, magic slippers and much more.
From Exhibition Guestbook: "You did an amazing job building the Kingdoms. This is the best origami that's done in the whole entire world. You should be really really proud of yourself. If I had a chance like this I would be very glad too!! You guys are the most creative people in the world, by not using any glue or by not doing a single cutting. I really appreciate this. Each work object in the exhibition is very detailed and you chose very right colors. It is very colorful. And also you invented paper connectors to connect every bends and colors. I'm very amazed about the techniques you used to build beautiful, attractive scene. I feel very proud to be in Canada because of you guys. You are great and creative!! Wish you a lot of sucess in the future! Really cool!! Hope you make more..... - your fan - Apsara"
ORILAND ExhibitionClose-up view of the Sailing ship, which is staying in the harbor so the ship’s crew can see the magic bazaar from there. Let’s see who’s in the crew… and return again to the kittens’ game. Here you may see the last two little kittens that were hard to find at first glance. So many children and adults alike walked around the Oriland display a few times to finally find all the kittens.
ORILAND exhibition The Oriland Sea was filled with schools of fish of all kinds, among which you can see the Devil fish too.

From Exhibition Guestbook: "Your exhibition was increadible! If I was trying to make that it will take me a century. Right now I'm just writing but you guys did it!"


Photos by Katrin and Yuri Shumakov
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