By Flippies, Special for USDR
The two most unpopular candidates in U.S. Presidential history have been commemorated in a thumb-powered flip book entitled “Tough Decision 2016,” created by Flippies Custom Flip Books (http://www.flippies.com/). The flip book satirically captures both candidates’ most infamous facial expressions from the campaign trail in artistically rendered stop-motion animation. When flipped from the “right,” Donald Trump runs through a few of his least presidential looks. From the “left,” Hillary Clinton shows off her familiarly phony campaign face.
“With the latest polls confirming Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are now officially ranked the least favorable candidates in U.S. Presidential election history, we felt that it was only
appropriate for Flippies to mark the occasion with a flip book commemorating this notorious accomplishment,”said Jeffrey Kay, President of Flippies, a manufacturer of custom flip books.
An authentic slice of Americana nostalgia, flip books have recently been rediscovered all over again by a new generation. “In this age of digital media, the simplicity of flip-animation is not only refreshing but its illusion is even more captivating than ever,” said Kay, who produces millions of custom flip books annually for businesses who use them primarily as interactive brochures and promotional products.
New York-based Flippies, Inc. is the world’s leading manufacturer of custom flip books. Originally invented in 1882 flip books create the optical illusion of motion when images stacked in sequential stages of movement are flipped. Flippies applies patent pending production techniques, technology, creativity and passion to the development of high quality custom flip books for marketers, publishers and enthusiasts worldwide. Companies or individuals interested in creating their own custom flip books are encouraged to visit Flippies at http://www.flippies.com for more information.
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SOURCE Flippies, Inc.