When I was a kid I was given leftover wallpaper rolls and used the back to make large sprawling drawings, filled with roads, cities and forests.
This relates to an Indian storytelling tradition where traveling Patua storytellers use story scrolls sometimes called Cheriyal scrolls. (a regional style of scroll, I think) I’ve recently been thinking about applying WikiHouse tech and other open design furniture to the development of pop-up schools that could be deployed in places like Nepal. I thought these story scroll and/or kamishibai bikes could be a great tool for mobile education that could also make good use of laser/CNC cut production and be included in a pop-up school package.
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