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Stroyboard Artist Marty Cooper Inserts Cartoons Into Real-World Situations

Stroyboard artist Marty Cooper has come up with a fun and clever way to augment and play with his surroundings. By drawing cartoon characters on transparent sheets of plastic, he can insert them into real-life situations around him and make his characters come to life.

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