Here’s a cute poster of the word “rabbit” as mispronounced by kids. My friend Coco is a speech language therapist for babies and kids. I’ll have to ask her if she ever visualises the mispronounced words. via Ads of the World.
I don’t like guns, but I once emptied out a Smith and Wesson revolver into a bunch of paper targets. It was strangely exhilarating. It was scary, but not in a “I’m going to kill someone” kind of way. This gig poster for My Morning Jacket and Band of Horses features a bunny target. It implies violence but it’s just a graphic. I love it as a poster, but I wouldn’t shoot at it. Designed by Michael Tabie and Karen Goheen from Two Arms Inc., this limited edition poster is available for $25US at Two Arms Inc.
Tom Whalen has a distinctive illustration style that lends itself nicely to screenprinting. I’m loving this poster Tom designed for a one off screening of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”, although the sexy Jessica Rabbit could have been a larger part of the design. You can view more of Tom’s stunning illustrations over at his website www.strongstuff.net
Nini Sum of Idle Beats (one of the few screenprint/poster studios in China) released this lovely screenprint “Rabbit Year In Shanghai” last year. A tiny edition of 56, it has sold out of course. Probably many times over. You can view Nini’s other poster designs at http://www.idlebeats.com. I also had an inkling to look up Nini’s own website. I’m sure glad I did because I found a few further bunny related gems. Check out her site www.ninisum.com. It’s super cool and surrealist.
Poster designed by Valérie Madill. Jefferson airplane song, White rabbit.