Keisuke Saka: Warmed-up penguins, moving monkeys and entire cities in traditional Japanese paper models

Keisuke Saka

by Lauren Kilberg When art grabs the interest of children and adults alike then mixes in a little physics, the outcome is both fun and captivating. The Japanese have a more eloquent word for it—”Karakuri”, which translates literally to “mechanism”, refers to the art of creating paper automata. Japanese-designer Keisuke…

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