Very Easy To Do.
This item came from the fertile mind of Ian Adair. It applies the "Visual Painting Principle" in a novel manner.
The performer displays a picture of Houdini, handcuffed and padlocked inside an "open prison cell". Magi explains how no restraints could hold Houdini, embellishing his narrative with some of Houdini's legendary escapes.
The picture is now pushed visibly into a cut out frame that resembles the front door of a prison cell. The audience can clearly see the picture go into the frame. Houdini escapes (vanishes), leaving the handcuffs and padlocks behind.