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The joy of analog: Flip-it movies by Mou Hitotsu no Kenkyujo

Almost every one of us has at least once enjoyed riffling through a flip-it movie. Some of us, as children, may even have tried to create our own.

These elaborate little works by Japanese artist Mou Hitotsu no Kenkyujo bring a new dimension to the world of the flip-it. Lovingly created with small, concealed cut-outs which reveal three-dimensional objects as the pages are flipped, they allow us to dive into fantasy worlds featuring long-eared rabbits or beetle-devouring earth gods. Fitting to the season, there is even a small Christmas story. The tiny works of art are available on the international Amazon platform.

The following film shows exactly how the flip-its look and how many stories there are. Source: Design Taxi

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