Wisconsin-based sandwich company Erbert and Gerbert has come out with humanflipbook.com, a site that features a video of an intern changing in and out of 150 shirts, and in the process, the pages tell the story of a boy in search of a sandwich.
The fantastic flipbook took over nine hours to film, and creative director Mike Caguin claims there has never been a human flipbook before, and is shocked at how quickly the shirt switching stars fame has grown.
Caguin explains, The intern is quite popular, and has his own mini fan base on MySpace. Women and some men have been asking us for more topless interns.
But all the fame came with a cost.
Art director Dustin Black says people have been saying the film was a waste of shirts, and that the money could have been spent on something more meaningful.
In response, Black says, I havent had to do laundry in 148 days.
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