Movable Paper Puppets That Triggered by Touch

Inspired by kirigami — an origami-like technique that employs cuts in addition to folds, Japanese designer Haruki Nakamura creates paper dolls that move by a simple touch or throw. Crafted from paper and cleverly constructed, each whimsical creature puts a paper twist on karakuri, or mechanized puppets. Just press, poke or prod the puppets in certain places, the puppets come alive in many unexpected ways – shedding surprising disguises, showcasing amazing acrobatics, or coming out of their shells. Really interesting! You can find more on Nakamura’s online shop. However, these toys are only shipped with Japan.

Movable Paper Puppets That Triggered by Touch

Movable Paper Puppets That Triggered by Touch

Movable Paper Puppets That Triggered by Touch

Movable Paper Puppets That Triggered by Touch

Movable Paper Puppets That Triggered by Touch

Movable Paper Puppets That Triggered by Touch

Movable Paper Puppets That Triggered by Touch

Movable Paper Puppets That Triggered by Touch

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