Sunday, April 4, 2010

Happy Easter Everyone!

I like to draw Easter Bunnies from the ears down, and when I started this one at the Flower's behest she said, "Why do I think this bunny is going to be in a race car and wearing sunglasses."

Ask and ye shall receive.

Not shown: My blasphemous picture of Jesus coming out of the cave on the third day and no one being around because all the witnesses are out looking for Easter eggs.


  1. Well, I think it is a daring work of art.

    A sun-glass wearing rabbit drives a high mileage sports-car with Easter baskets precariously thrown in the trunk. It's all so thoughtless, but to a purpose. That he wears sunglasses at night reinforces his masculinity, his lack of fear. As does his sports-car and his slovenly packaging of the Easter baskets. But does the pink triangle of his nose represent a suppressed homosexuality? Something that makes him desperate to show how hetero-normative he his? Possibly.

    Secular society has taken over Easter, infused it with all of its neuroses. The artist says that it doesn't matter, because as we can see from the insanely deformed front-wheel, this mad ride will soon come to a fiery conclusion.

  2. Yeah. You took the words right out of my mouth. Sort of.

    Okay, not even close. But reading the comment I was swept up in Mr. Bunny's Wild Ride. Wheeeee!

    Brilliant drawing and interpretation.

  3. Jason--

    I'm tempted to autograph it and send it to you....

  4. My little nephew was playing his Super Mario game on Good Friday and making a bunch of noise while my sister in law was talking to the wife. So my sister-in-law says " have to turn that off. Don't you know that Jesus died today." John was dumbfounded. "Jesus died? I really liked him."

    Belated happy easter as I raise my head out of a pile of tax returns.

  5. Hi, I'm Felicia from Agora Entertainment. Where are you located? I wanted to invite you out to our next feature film screening.

  6. I'm in Los Angeles.

    I mean, for a 1,400 mile drive, I'd expect free popcorn.

  7. Sorry, Felicia!

    You can always invite me. Who knows? I might be in the neighborhood. Dallas/Fort Worth area, right?

  8. Right. is there an e-mail address I can contact you on?


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