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Shut. Down. Everything. There’s a Company That Prints Gifs.

Yes. Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. Yes.

Through the magic of lenticular printing—you know, those pictures with two separate images on them, and you switch back and forth by moving it around—Brooklyn-based startup gifpop is printing the pinnacle of human artistic achievement: The gif. Yes, you can upload your own, though the limit is ten frames. You can even choose two still images—like, for instance, happy Bilbo and Bilbo flipping everyone off. There has to be a catch, like you’re not allowed to use gifs from copyrighted material or something. The website doesn’t specify, but the universe cannot be good enough to allow me to have a physical copy of Nathan Fillion being judgey to carry around with me, close to my heart.

(via: PetaPixel)

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