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Late Night Rabbit

Once upon a midnite habit, there lurked a goofy Late Night Rabbit... who obviously has no shame in posting quotes about himself.

“His artistic sensibilities range from surrealism to digital media. This blend of influences makes for a unique style with an inevitably contemporary sensibility. From his work with digital media Night Rabbit has come away with a sharpened sense of gradient steps and color contrasts. His "digital gestures," such as creating gradients through steps of flat color are then interchanged with more traditional painterly elements. His connection to surrealism is still a strong one made evident by his use of the figure. Many of his works portray a visceral connection to the body, and its desire to express emotion and integrate within its surroundings. His female forms are often seductive within their overt stylization. They are like actors within his digital drama. To keep his work interesting, he never settles on one particular theme or subject and thus his images are always new and unexpected. Night Rabbit is just as comfortable working with non-objective imagery as he is representational imagery. He constantly invents new devices for breaking up the surface of his paintings. In some works he actually paints the same image across two canvases with a space in between. This and other formal devices make his work consistently vibrant and surprising.”

Bunny Hole
Bunny peeks out of his hole
Bunny gets a computer
Silver, One Show Interactive
Sixdegrees Shield
Bronze, MC Icon Awards
De Beers
Outstanding Web Site Award,
Web Marketing Association Awards
De Beers
Silver, MC Icon Awards
History Channel
Macromedia Site of the Day
Merit Award
How Interactive Design Awards
Forbes Best of the Web
Fathom/University of Michigan
MSNBC Case Study
Late Night Rabbit
Coolstop Best of the Cool
I.A.W.M.D. Golden Web Award
Agora Gallery
Interpretive Realms
Chewed on a tractor tire to prove my strength
First race, third place

Bunny falls off a cliff ablaze while arguing with a smart-mouthed blobfish.

“When I hear the phrase "jaded artwork" (this isn't the first time i've heard it), it makes me wonder what the artist is thinking - is he or she saying that it's worn out, or repetitious? Or maybe they mean to say it's excessive - I just don't know, but their use of the phrase is, at least, thought provoking and that just might be the point. An artist living in Brooklyn, NY who's trained in the fine arts and web design, is the guy behind today's pick which he describes as "exposing the jaded artwork." And artwork it is, mostly acrylics on canvas with beautifully done abstract flavor. The site is designed well and the quality of the scans is excellent. It's all very colorful and thought provoking like the site's description. In the end, I wished I could see all the works on a real wall, up close and fullsize - The site has, indeed, interested me in his art and in that respect, has done its job well.”

Elsewhere & Inspiration

Madame Talbot's Victorian Lowbrow
Dictionary of Victorian London
Letterhead Fonts
Dresden Dolls
Deity Components
Victorian Adverts
The Jaded Cabaret

Bunny's House of Pleasure
"She is obviously an extremely tenacious lady who does not want her extraordinary deductions to be contradicted by the evidence." - Jack
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