In homage to Dudu Geva.
The idea started by Geva himself in 2003 as an act of filling the city with happiness and free art spirit, which is higher then the officialdom.
The duck finally found its place on the corner of the building last April, three years after Geva's sudden heart attack.
I live really close, and I walk by Rabin's Square below it almost everyday. I like to watch the duck and it sure does makes me happier to see it over the gray municipality of Tel Aviv.
The first two images are from Wikipedia. The last two are mine, taken tonight with my cellphone as I walked by.