Thunderstorm - A story told on one very long piece of paper


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Pretty cool!

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.


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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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