“Paper Thingy” introduces a design system of Dynamic Modularity – every set of blocks are very different in forms, but they can still be fit, matched, or stacked together. The term dynamic modularity is used to describe human protein interaction networks, and now I use it to define a design system, in which individual elements do not have to sacrifice their identities or uniqueness in order to establish
relationships with others.
“Paper Thingy”’s audience is creative people of all ages. No matter your age, you will develop your cognitive and dimensional skills by touching and making physical objects, and paper is the perfect
flexible material presenting infinite creative possibilities.
You may have seen similar DIY paper products such as paper monsters or paper furniture in a design store or a toy store, but “Paper Thingy” innovates through a systematic construction set that requires a high level of participation in making each unit. If one block is not well enough made, it might not be able to connect with other blocks. “Paper Thingy” requires one to pay consistent attention to details and