Paper Centipede

A conceptual toy constructed entirely from folded paper, which connects with a locking tab system, eliminating the need for glue or adhesive materials. The modular design allows for centipedes of any length to be constructed. A two color full bleed print gives the appearance of four colors by utilizing screens and overprints. With four separate colorways created from the two color prints, head, tail and body sections may be mixed and matched to create a customized creature. The paper construction allows for flat packaging, and a two-fold entertainment value; the initial construction of the toy as well as the imaginative play value. The intended target audience is boys, aged 8-12, with and interest in the creepy, crawly and dangerous. The toy is modeled after the species Scolopendra subspinipes, a venomous centipede indigenous to the indo pacific region.