And oh yes, it was totally worth it, very very cool. That cool that I am sharing it with you. The exposition consisted of a first floor with three quite impressive rooms focused on sea, earth and air (highlight the paper tunnel with stalactites, various holes and toilette paper) (not because of the toilette paper, he) There was a vid on how they made the rooms (specifically for this exposition) and trust me, it was amazing the amount of time... and space that required it. Then, there was a second floor, with a compilation of different pieces made out by Éric Joisel, a guy who was incredibly good at this (just have a look below) and who has an incredibly sad story I'm not really keen on talking about, sorry people.
Hope you enjoy it!
|I have no pics of the paper tunnel. But this is the air room. All of these are filled with air, and as the room has also a ventilator so all of this is kind of moving smoothly.|
|"The magic of the paper" - Éric Joisel exposition|
|This are 46 cranes folded in 46 different styles in (of course) just one paper sheet|
|Imp orchestra. There were a lot of imps, and as you can see, they were extremely well done|
|Legolas 1 (LoR)|
|Legolas 2 (LoR)|
|The Captain. According to what it was written (because I have no idea of this), this one was the hardest to make.|
Gruzapa website (Saragossa's origami association) (Spanish, English, French, bottom left corner of the menu)
Le Crimp (Centre de Recherche International de Modélisation par le Pli) (French)