For an airline for a tiny country like New Zealand, Air New Zealand sure do get their branding right. From their their many humorous, sexy, or epic safety videos, to their award winning, left of centre uniforms, they might take time to grow on you or you might like them instantly. Here is Air New Zealand’s brand spanking new commercial called The Tortoise and the Hare. Featuring a tortoise, a hare, a red fox in red heels, mountain biking, a cheese board, a chopper and all shot in the beautiful scenery around Wanaka, New Zealand. The Koala and I did a little road trip around this area two years ago. Check out my write up on it here.
Check out this linocut design by artist Mark Hearld for St Jude. The design is called “Harvest Hare” and the wallpaper is printed in the UK using water-based inks and paper from sustained forests. Available in blue slate, corn and chalk white. Also available in other colours as cushion covers and fabric. More info on Mark Hearld’s printmaking here: www.stjudesfabrics.co.uk/collections/mark-hearld
Bronze sculptures by Georgia Gerber. Some people size, some rabbit size, some pint size. See these and many more delightful sculptures including bear, deer, otter, warthog, fox and many more at her website here: http://www.georgiagerber.com/
Hare with Tortoise shell by Russell Wrankle Stunning rabbit sculptures by Russell Wrankle. You can see more of his work on his blog here.
I love the simplicity of this rug. I know it’s bunny tracks, but my guests* won’t. Well, not until I tell them. Close up of tracks. I imagine this artic hare might appreciate this rug. Image by National Geographic. * Guests in my imaginary dream house. Link.