Arrow Semiotics
Paper and compressed fibre board

A graphic experiment describing a scene from Jacques Tati's 1958 film "Mon Oncle" wherein four scenarios play out involving the walking paths of pedestrians.
A group of children place bets to see who can distract an approaching pedestrian by use of a loud whistle, potentially causing them to collide into a street side lamppost. The first is successful in causing a collision, the second is not, the third nearly escapes the distraction, and the fourth requires some extra persuasion from a swept-up dust cloud.
This graphics experiment takes the form of a game made of paper, where the user can recreate the experience of betting by choosing one of four boxes, and pulling the tab to unravel the "pedestrian's path." The paper can then be rolled inside the box again by use of the turn key on the side.