How many frogs does it take to screw in a light bulb? One frog and 37 light bulbs, slippery hands, you know.
Evidently they never met this frog. He's not only a maestro at the keyboard but sings to boot. This junkyard frog with keyboard sculpture is a product of the imagination and ingenuity of a Vietnamese engineer-turned-artisan. Working from his small home-based workshop, he transforms salvaged metal scraps into wonderful junkyard critters, home decor, and office/desk accessories. Over the years, demand for his creations have continued to grow. The success that began in his small workshop has now expanded beyond the borders of Vietnam to support artisans in India as well. It is a wonderful success story and a truely global fair trade product. Besides making a great gift for dads, collectors, and music lovers, each whimsical design proves that to recycle is a beautiful thing.
- Measures 3-3/4" high x 3" wide x 2-1/2" deep
Handmade in India and fair trade imported.