February 02, 2005

Eight Bunny Days a Week

Oh, you thought we were done with the bunny but we are not done with the bunny.

Marc, inspired by Lance, also pulled the Holy Tango of Art History down from the shelf, remarking: "I think 'I Choose Shy Mr. Bun' is beyond my skills as a copyist, but this is a reasonable facsimile of 'Be Just, Mr. Hare' by James Thurber."

(The anagrammatically appropriate artist for "I Choose Shy Mr. Bun" will be revealed in the comments at some point.)

And David writes, "Since my employers are obviously paying me to fiddle around with MS Paint, I decided to join your Cavalcade of Bunnies. I seem to have been channeling the spirit of Jules Feiffer this morning. I hope he wasn't trying to use it at the time."

That bunny does look a little neurotic in that Feiffer way, but he's probably just thinking about how he can't wait for his dance to welcome spring. I know I can't.

Posted by Francis at 07:54 AM in Bunny Day | TrackBack

"I Choose Shy Mr. Bun" is, of course, one of the less grotesque works by Hieronymus Bosch, whose action figures are available here.

Posted by: Francis at February 3, 2005 12:44 PM

Sadly, that link does not have a store, just the pictures, and the company doesn't seem to have a North American distributor. Also, their Aubrey Beardsley action figures are surprisingly tame. Still, wow! Bosch dolls! Me Want!


Posted by: Vardibidian at February 3, 2005 01:26 PM
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