Teaching children about the importance of saving wildlife

Paper kites that look like storks fly high over the Japanese countryside. These kites are part of a public awareness project whose aim is to remind Japanese, especially children, of the time when humans and wild animals lived in harmony before reckless industrialization almost drove wild storks into extinction. As children learn to fly the kite, they also realize that the fate of wild storks is also in their hands. Kishino Shogo of 6D Co., Ltd. designed this event, called the Line of Life Project, to invoke kiting as a form of prayer in traditional Japan and use the power of imagination to promote a more sustainable future.

Project name

Line of life Project

Material

Paper

Company

6D-K co., Ltd

Origin of company

Japan