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Flipbook : Building The EMPIRE STATE

an american flip book
(USA - 1995 / 2001)

During the construction of the Empire State Building, weekly pictures were taken, from 4 different angles, of its progress.

... And what better way to view them than in a flipbook!

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an american flip book (USA - 1995 / 2001)

During the construction of the Empire State Building, weekly pictures were taken, from 4 different angles, of its progress. Now archived at Columbia University’s Avery Library, the photographs are a unique historical record...
... And what better way to view them than in a flipbook !

12,5 x 18 cm
60 pages black & white

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The editor chose the angle with the best series of photographs, and then chose 63 images from the set. Each image was carefully matched to register from one to the other. When the pages are flipped, the Empire State Building rises before your eyes. Truly fantastic !

The Empire State Building - Construction photographs

Video :

A LITTLE TECHNIQUE

Normal direction of flipping :

from front to back

Advised speed :

6 pages a second

Average duration :

10 seconds

Level of difficulty of flipping :

Beginner

 

Confirmed

 

Expert

But you do what you want, it’s YOU the BIG chief ! .....

 


TO BE NOTED

This flip-book is a republication
(more 14 pages about the destruction of the Waldorf-Astoria Hôtel)
of the one published in 1995. Here is the original cover :
The Empire State Building - Flip book’s cover 1995
It is unfortunately definitively out-of-print...

12,5 x 18 cm
60 pages black & white




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LEARN MORE ...

The Empire State Building on Wikipedia



A very complete page  (photographs, history, panorama)
about the history of the Empire State Building on WIKIPEDIA




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