Origami rabbit in orange color poster
Photo of an origami rabbit made from orange paper, resembling a geometric vector illustration. The poster is good as an educational wallpaper for kids.
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This poster with a pop color of orange focuses on an origami rabbit (bunny/ hare). The bright and attractive color suits as an educational poster for kids in schools. For centuries, cultures have come up with creative ways to artistically approach, adopt, and adapt the papercraft. While many of these practices can be individually tracked to specific countries of origin, most – including paper – mâché, a French – sounding craft that was actually conceived in ancient China – boast colorful histories that span cultures, countries, and even continents. One popular practice that has left a particularly extensive paper trail across the globe is origami, the art of paper folding. Though most closely tied to Japan, origami also has roots in China and Europe. Here, we explore the practice’s unique history to understand how each culture has shaped the beautiful and beloved art form. Hanging the poster of the origami rabbit inspires kids to practice this kind of creative activity, which is helpful for the development of children.