Finland’s New Passport Doubles As Flipbook [Video]

Finland’s New Passport Doubles As Flipbook [Video]
Arts & Culture

As an aesthetic security measure the new identity document has a walking moose on its pages.

Yi Chen
  • 26 march 2013

Most passports are usually filled with iconic images of the country, for example faint images of buildings, people, and animals cover each page. Finland has come up with a unique way to make its travel document secure, but also attractive and fun.

On the corner of each page in Finland’s passport, you would find a picture of a moose. As you flip through the book, the moose begins to walk. The flipbook idea is clever and rethinks the way government documents are perceived.

Watch the video below to see the animation:

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