Monday, June 1, 2009

Duck! Rabbit!


The famously ambiguous duck-rabbit image goes back to 19th century Germany (as far as I can tell from 30 seconds of internet research) and probably farther back than that. I first saw it in a cognitive science class and thought it was pretty great.
There's a new children's book out about the duck-rabbit, and I'm a bit disappointed that I didn't think of doing it myself!
Anyway, here's my own duck-rabbit story, drawn on my lunch break today:


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6 comments:

Brad said...

hahaha! thanks for the laugh!

thefridayfrog said...

YAY! i'll bet your story is tons more fun than the new duck/rabbit! lovvve the ending! i always got weirded out by that "horseface girl" one. just didn't look right, in either view. :)

Rui Sousa said...

Really nice one, a really great interpretation about the subject!
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tartan baffies said...

I like this Dan, very clever & nicely drawn. It would also look great animated in your watercolour style.

Gavin Goo said...

You have nice story to tell! :)

Blinky St. James said...

Haha! :D