Posts Tagged ‘lucky bunny’

Los Angeles-based artist Lucky Bunny from creator Rich DeSimone returns to the thriving Las Vegas art scene for his second art exhibition “Strength in Numbers 2” on Friday, April 6, 2012 at the Joseph Watson Collection for Las Vegas’ famous ‘First Fridays’ art celebration. DeSimone will showcase limited edition silkscreen and giclee prints from his iconic imagery. This exhibition will include […]

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is hosting the FREE “L.A. Print: Edition 2” event this Saturday, December 10th from 12pm – 8pm. Attend to check out some very cool vendors, discussions of printmaking, publishing and art and most importantly, network and enjoy yourself in the artsy socialite scene.  I don’t anticipate pretentiousness at […]

For the first time in two years, Lucky Bunny aka Rich DeSimone has released his much anticipated “Tank Bunny” t-shirts for sale today for a limited time only!  Even cooler: each shirt comes with a FREE sticker pack with buttons – $12 value! #shopindie Over these years, fans have sent in numerous emails asking for […]

This recap is two weeks too late but I don’t care. I was fortunate to check out, I believe, the 5th installment of Designer Con on Saturday, Nov. 5th at the Pasadena Convention Center with my buddy Rich DeSimone aka Lucky Bunny.  This is not a convention where you pay $20 for attendance just to […]

I really like the rusty look on Lucky Bunny’s new limited (20) Special Edition Grenade Bunny, which made its debut at New York Comic Con 2011 today.  This dirty little thing is in partnership with Hold Up Art and Pretty in Plastic (PIP).  The bad boy bunny retails for $200 and is available for pre-orders at PIP’s […]

This past weekend, Los Angeles was blessed to have John Carr’s “LA Vs. War II: Art for Peace in the Hope Era” pro-peace/anti-war exhibition held at Downtown LA’s The Vortex in remembrance of the 9/11 attack.  The art show had its opening reception on Friday, September 9th and ran through yesterday, Sunday September 11th.  With […]

 *Note: the information in this post was hijacked from the LA VS. WAR Facebook event page because it is too long for me to WANT TO paraphrase/summarize 😉 As a follow up to the original LA Vs. WAR show held in April 2008, LA Vs. War returns as a massive three-day experiential art exhibition and […]