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  • hingeattack
    +8

    That's really interesting! I wish we did things like this with books that have more than one story in them now! Also, thank you for putting so much work into this snap. You not only uploaded the images to a gallery, but you also included another related link on the subject!

    • uncornrage
      +3

      Thanks! :) I really love that I can link further reading into the snap! I've never seen a book bound like this before, and I found the method quite interesting. I thought that somebody else might be new to this too and want to learn more about it.

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  • KingMe
    +4

    Opening a book in six different ways seems a little.... excessive. Almost like it was a challenge to the maker to see just how many times he/she could do it. Totally an engineer design.

    • wrmnthewoodwork (edited 3 years ago)
      +3

      I think you've hit the nail right on the head. Doing something the same way over and over again would surely get tedious, so being able to explore the limits of the craft would be exciting and new. I know I like to do the same thing when I can with my various hobbies.

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