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Canadian tattoo artist Phil Berge brings strangers together to make extremely awesome, extremely permanent flipbooks.

From his parlor in Quebec City, Berge combines his skills of tattooing and stop motion animation.

Here's his Bart Simpson masterpiece, a collaboration between him and 19 bodies.

Bart doing a kickflip tattooed on 19 humans.

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Here's the "before" picture, drawing up the 19 individual tats that would make up the animation.

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"[Stop motion animation] is something I used to do when I was a kid with my parents camera and figurines. So, now that I'm a tattooer, I decided to try it with tattoos for fun and it worked," Berge told Mashable.

"And people liked it so I made a bunch more."

Watch the panther roar to a twist ending.

This one has a little surprise.

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Howdy, sailor.

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Emo Mickey Mouse is particularly badass.

Bad Mickey. 13 tatoos

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Just in case you don't believe me.

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"Sorry Mom"

Tick tock.

Little moving Kit-Cat Clock tattoos.

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Don't be a cry baby.

Turn your sound on. I tattooed a part of a 1934 Popeye short called Sock-a-Bye, Baby. 17 tattoos.

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Love is in the air.

Gypsy kiss tattooed on 8 friends.

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This is where babies come from.

The birth of a tattoo.

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L'chaim!