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Cult Bunny Sites


— September 18, 2008 — Lifestyle
I love rabbits (of the non vibrating description) and wagged my bunny tail in joy when I discovered this brilliant lapine site. Basically it covers hares and rabbits in a fun, entertaining way.

It has the edge of the skull a day website, but I would say there are more people interested in rabbits than skulls.

The site is called bunnylicious and it certainly lives up to its name. It’s a great site to find out about new artists, in fact, there are some I will most certainly keep an eye on, and when budget allows, may even buy a piece from. The gallery features:

1) Awesome dead rabbit head photography by Adam Szrotek.

2) Scary Sleepy Hollow bunny by Paul Toupe.

3) Andrew Brandou’s adore yet surreal animal pieces.

4) This bunny, by Ronald Kurniawan, has the look of a dramatic chipmunk

5) A paper craft bunny

6) The Chocolate Bunny chaps look like they have major attitude. Love their half lop ears.

7) Louise Hindsgavl spanking bunnies - can someone tell if this is two women or not?

8) 1000 green bunnies sitting on the floor, a fabulous piece by Ottmar Hörl.

9) A crazy bunny photograph by Pawel Fabjanski.

10) Pure Evil Bunny: even bad arse street artists love rabbits.