Adam Rubin is a performer, inventor and life-long student of illusions. His one man show "6 and 1/2 Magic Tricks in a Basement" played comedy clubs and theaters in New York, Chicago, London, Madrid and Barcelona (where he performed in Spanish). He has worked behind the scenes with David Copperfield, David Blaine, Michael Carbonaro and Derek DelGaudio. Rubin is best known for his pursuit of "sculptural astonishment," creating inanimate objects which seem to perform impos...
This unique sculpture was inspired by a classic ambiguous illusion depicting a bunny in one direction and a duck in another direction and has been playfully adapted into a functioning set of salt and pepper shakers.
Guests will marvel at the metamorphosis of duck to bunny and bunny to duck by simply tilting each shaker forward and backward as the illusion comes to life right before your eyes. Seasoning your meal has never been so much fun.
Approximately 3 inches tall. Designed by Adam Rubin. Handmade from ceramic in Spain.
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