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Art is nothing short of magic and creative soul Federico Tobon has been working on a mesmerizing project. He calls it a flip box, which might remind you of those flip books that move with the pages. He's got the book sketched out and assembled, now it's time to see how it looks in motion. Before he constructs the box the book will live in, he attaches it to a drill. The results are spectacular.

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