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More Public Art Bunnies!

Brisbane Festival artistic director Noel Staunton and artist Stormie Mills are dwarfed by the giant bunny sculpture that will be installed in Brisbane. Photo credit: Vicki Winter / Brisbane Times.

Brisbane Festival artistic director Noel Staunton and artist Stormie Mills are dwarfed by the giant bunny sculpture that will be installed in Brisbane.
Photo credit: Vicki Winter / Brisbane Times.

In addition to the tiny rabbit sculptures invading cities near you, now there’s another kind of art bunny to look out for. These 4-meter high, bubblegum-pink rabbit sculptures are taking over the city of Brisbane in Australia as part of the Brisbane Festival, September 9-28.

The large bright pink bunnies are the vision of street artist Stormie Mills. Cast out of polyurethane, the outer pieces are supported by a steel internal frame and plastic subframe.

Said Mills, “It’s like a vinyl toy in a sense, but a bit tougher and certainly a whole lot larger. The last step is that somebody goes in and tightens everything up from the inside, crawls back out the bunny’s bum and we glue the tail on.”

Learn more: Brisbane Times

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3 Responses to “More Public Art Bunnies!”

  1. dean Says:

    can i put a pink bunny on my roof ? i’m on the gold coast

  2. Sheila Deuchars Says:

    Why does the bunny not have facial characteristics?

  3. 4Pets Says:

    wow, how cool! You certainly wont miss that whilst walking round the streets.

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