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Rabbit-Themed Art Exhibition in London

Sunday, November 15th, 2009

bunny show
Photo: Move your Bunny | Installation by Helene Butler

At the Rag Factory on Brick Lane in East End London, there will be an art exhibition revolving around the theme of rabbits and hares from the 9th of December (Private View) until the 13th of December. Artists have created pieces that are both figurative and symbolic in a range of media including photography, illustration, painting, sculpture, installation and videos.

According to the Bunny Show Committee:

The theme of the rabbit has been chosen for its playfulness as well as its establishment in mythology, symbolism and the History of Arts. As a symbol of luck, of the ambivalent, of procreation, of lust, of witchcraft and more, rabbits, source of inspiration for the participants of the show, have generated a diverse ensemble of works, from symbolic inspiration to figurative pieces of work.

The event will bring people together with work conceptual but nevertheless entertaining, inviting the audience to participate. The Bunny Show Committee believes that art is for everybody to understand and interact.

For more information, email

Bunny Hat

Monday, October 5th, 2009

bunnyhatUpper Playground has created a bunny baseball cap complete with ears and fluffy tail. While I don’t think I can see myself strolling the streets of my city wearing this, you may feel differently.

Get yours at their website before they sell out.

Return to the Hundred Acre Wood

Monday, October 5th, 2009


One of the most recognized rabbits in the world will be returning to the world of literature today. Rabbit, along with Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, and the rest of the gang, invite readers back into the Hundred Acre Wood with new stories.

The book, Return to the Hundred Acre Wood, is the first authorized sequel to the classic stories by A.A. Milne. The new book, by David Benedictus, includes 10 new stories and a new character named Lottie the Otter.

For an excerpt, visit The Telegraph.

For more on Lottie the Otter, visit BBC News.

Sand Bunny

Monday, September 21st, 2009

Sand Bunny

Artist Dennis Shrives created this stunning sand sculpture for the Santa Barbara Sand Castle and Sculpting Festival, which took place this past Saturday.

For more info: Santa Barbara Ed Hat

Watermelon Rabbit

Friday, August 7th, 2009

watermelon rabbit

I learned about this cute treat via Twitter (@GvilleRabbits, @bunE). The recipe is from the National Watermelon Promotion Board and involves some carving and some attachment of features with toothpicks. I’m a little doubtful in my ability to recreate this, but if you could do it, I think it would be a real hit at a summer party.

Get the recipe at the National Watermelon Promotion Board.

Modern Bunny Hutch

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

DIY Bunny Cage

Nicole from designcuriosities created this fantastic indoor hutch using repurposed furniture from Ikea.

Disappointed with the housing options available for their bunny Eames, Nicole and her boyfriend set out to make something that would complement the furniture they had. The result is a stylish and modern hutch that any bunny would be proud to call home.

For more photos and instructions visit Design*Sponge.

Giant Rabbit Wallpaper

Monday, June 8th, 2009

If you’re in the market for wallpaper featuring enormous, slightly ominous-looking toy rabbits, then the Danish company Tapetforum has just what you need. Check out their Funny Bunny wallpaper!

Rabbit Rubbish Bins Designed by Paul Smith

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Paul Smith's New London Rubbish Bin

For the “Super Contemporary” show which opened at the Design Museum in London today, fashion designer Paul Smith and 14 other artists were commissioned to “give something back” to London.

Smith focused his project on his distaste for litter. His creation is a 5-foot green rabbit holding a trash bag. When you throw garbage in the bin, the rabbit’s ears light up. Prototypes of his “New London Rubbish Bin” have been placed in Covent Gardens and Holland Park on a 4-month trial period.

I love the idea, and I hope these garbage bins end up all over the place.

For more info:
Design Museum
Paul Smith’s Website
High Snobiety

Colorful Rabbit Sculptures at Paris Department Store

Monday, June 1st, 2009

The Cracking Art Group have installed colorful rabbit sculptures at a Printemps store in Paris made of plastic water bottles that were found in landfills. The Cracking Art Group is a collaboration among six international artists who focus on social and environmental issues. They work largely with plastics.

Lapins au Printemps
by jimmybuzz

For more information:
Cracking Art Group

British Artist Creates Series Based on Koons’s ‘Rabbit’

Thursday, May 14th, 2009

With many art sales tumbling at fine art auction houses like Sotheby’s, Jonathan Monk’s latest series, The Deflated Inflated, rings true. Based on Jeff Koons’s steel sculpture of a cheap rabbit balloon, Monk’s work depicts the iconic sculpture in various levels of deflation.

Monk’s solo show will open at the Lisson Gallery in London next week.

For more info, see: The Telegraph