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Video: This Artist's Vines Are Pure 'Magic'

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Los Angeles-based video artist Zach King'sVines are probably the most creative things to come out of the six-second video app.

In the video above, King takes an apple out of a computer, runs through walls (while leaving his clothes behind), makes a kitten appear out of thin air, and turns a mouse into, well, an actual mouse. King presents them as "magic," but it's clear that he's using some kind of editing software to make these Vines work. That shouldn't matter, because they're awesome no matter how they're made.

Here's his latest Vine, which is just too cool:

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