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CD Packaging: Todos Somos Niños (We’re All Children)


Punching holes on a piece of paper requires a lot of hard work. Some even take hole punching seriously and make beautiful art like this punchd-hole art made by a second year student of Plymouth University. Actually, it has been done way before that by artists like Sten, etc. But what has never been done before is a manually punched-hole CD packaging. Take a look at the one minute video below to see how it’s made.

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