Illusion cuisine

Through creative use of transparent acrylic, the Essey Illusion Table and Grand Illusion Table fool your eyes into believing that a tablecloth is all you need to keep your meals off the ground.

Duuuuuuude... Essey

What's a tablecloth without a table? This thing, apparently.

Through creative use of transparent acrylic, the Essey Illusion Table and Grand Illusion Table fool your eyes into believing that a tablecloth is all you need to keep your meatloaf off the ground.

The table uses solid acrylic "tablecloth" corners to provide the support needed to keep the table on terra firma.

At $225 to about $470 for the tables, depending on the size and style, you may not be in the market to buy one. But if you're an aspiring magician, you should at least bear in mind that they exist; any attempts at the "pull away the tablecloth" trick with these tables could end up even more disastrous than usual.

[Via Chip Chick]

 

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