Wishing everyone a safe and delicious Easter! Here is a round up of some of the loveliest chocolate Easter bunnies via Pinterest.
For those in Auckland, don’t forget to enter The Zomato Easter Egg Hunt! Competition ends this Wednesday, so get your entries in.
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Loving these bunny place card holders from BHLDN. Stoneware with magnets to hold cards in place, white with gold feet. $28 for a set of 6.
While you are there, check out their Rabbit Rabbit Cake Topper. A bit steep for $158…which was what we spent on our entire wedding cake with cupcakes!
The Forgotten Rabbit logo re-design by Jorgen Grotdal via Behance. Jorgen is a 17 year old logo designer based in Norway. Retro, vintage, hipster logos galore, he is a bit of a one trick pony, but he does the one trick very well. See this and more of his works on his website jorgengrotdal.com
I’m rather fond of the cover of a very new novel called The Stud Book by Monica Drake. Designed by Megan McLaughlin, Photography by Howard Sokol via Getty Images.
More bunnies in the book trailer.
I’ve often been described as cute. Being cute means you can get away with things, though it also means that people expect you to be patient. Well, not anymore! Not with this shirt on. Also available as a cushion or various prints.
Get them from Human here, here or here.
A varmint is a troublesome wild animal. The total opposite of Tofu the bunny who is a sweet domesticated confidant.
This Little Varmints identity design by Ashley Dugan caught my eye the other day. Little Varmints is a clothing brand based in Big Spring, Texas.
Ashley’s graphic design style is beautiful typography and whimsical vector illustrations although she also dabbles in fine art. Check out this and more of her graphic design work on her Behance portfolio here: https://www.behance.net/ashleydugan or her website here: www.ashleydugan.com/
Without sounding stalkerish She also has impeccable taste. Find out just how impeccable over on her Pinterest page here.
I love this branding by Sophia Georgopoulou for U.S. dessert company Nutty Bunny.
Once upon a time, in the not too distant past, a little girl developed some serious allergies including dairy products. Her mother, who has a culinary background, developed a healthy non-dairy ice cream for her and Nutty Bunny was born.
The handrawn, doodles that Sophia Georgopoulou has come up with look really suits the natural characteristics of the product.
All ingredients are 100% organic, vegan, non-GMO and are naturally gluten-free. Nutty Bunny products do not use any artificial sweeteners and there are no funky, unpronouncable substances. They simply use nature’s purest ingredients and local sources whenever possible.
See more of Sophia’s work on her Behance portfolio here or her website www.sophiag.com.
I can relate to this print.
Get one for yourself from Human.
The Koala has been mesmerized by Kim Jung Gi the savant-like illustrator. Now I am too. His grasp of plotting, perspective and proportion is phenomenal.
Watch him draw this epic battle of the giant rabbits in the video below.
More of his work over on his website www.kimjunggi.net.
p.s. Today also happens to be The Koala’s birthday and we are taking a much needed day off. Happy birthday love!
I’ve blogged about husband and wife duo Kozyndan (made up of Kozy and Dan) way back in 2009 but more recently they created a piece called Vegans: Manatees ‘n Bunnies.
The Koala has been referred to as a sea cow on more than one occasion so this piece is really special to me. It boggles my mind that this has been done before. It’s quite a niche.
View this and more over on their Behance page here.
p.s. Tofu is undergoing surgery today. Please keep us in your thoughts.
It might be Monday over here in New Zealand, but elsewhere there are people are celebrating Super Bowl Sunday.
Here are some bowls that I think are pretty super.
Have a great Super Bowl Sunday. It happens to be Groundhog Day. So get ready to do it all again :)
How much do you want to stay at this hotel?
Sam Bunny is a publication designer living in Wellington, New Zealand.
This is his design for the book Bugs by Whiti Hereaka.
You can view more of Sam’s work on his website: www.sambunny.co.nz
I wish my last name was bunny too. Though if it was, I bet you all wouldn’t believe me.
Love this branding by Pixelinme, a branding agency based in Germany.
“HAARMAGIE” is the modern chain of hair salons in Germany…The main idea of the logo is based on the company name “HAARMAGIE”, which literally means “Hair Magic” in german. In order to symbolize the magic in it’s widely recognizable and positively comprehensive way, we have picked the “Magic Cylinder”. The hair stylist scissors were chosen to indicate the company business and its creative combination, reminding rabbit ears, creatively identifies our client’s business. The harmonic font and color choice complete the visual identity and meet our client’s goal in a most innovative way.”
View this project and more on their website: www.pixelin.me