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Florentijn Hofman's Unlucky Rubber Duck
Giant rubber duck
Hong Kong Harbor, 2013

Origin

Florentijn Hofman

Type

Giant Rubber Duck

Effects

Neutralizes negative energy

Downsides

Is extremely unlucky and accident prone

Activation

Inflating

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Milton-2R14L5Y

Aisle

558376-7450

Shelf

525637-3627-739

Date of Collection

May 26, 2014

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OriginEdit

This large inflatable rubber duck, clocking in at dimensions of 25×18×18 meters, was created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman as a floating sculpture. It spent several months roaming the oceans alone after being dislodged from a port in Taiwan in 2013. Warehouse records aren't sure, but at least three shipwrecks in the Indian and South Pacific Oceans from January to June of 2013 were caused by this duck.

EffectsEdit

Possessed by the artist's desire to spread happiness, this ducky neutralizes all negative energies around it. Unfortunately, it's also terribly unlucky, and causes major accidents if active (inflated).

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