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Sunday, May 24, 2021

rabbito bandito
This fist-sized piece of graffiti was planted at the corner of Bleecker Street and Broadway, on a big brown building. Black spraypaint filling in what’s obviously a stenciled outline. Nice, clean lines on a slick piece of artwork, so I took the 10 seconds necessary to snap a cameraphone photo (full-sized on Flickr).

Why this long-eared rabbit is wearing that kerchief mask, I have no idea. Reminiscent of bandit wear, so maybe he’s getting set to do a crime — aside from the obvious public-defacement one that he represents.

This is the second instance of bunny-based street art that I’ve noticed recently. I like this one better.

by Costa Tsiokos, Sun 05/24/2009 01:14:12 PM
Category: Creative, New Yorkin', Photography
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  1. the take-over is now.

    Comment by the rabbit bandit — 06/01/2021 @ 04:35:30 PM

  2. Here’s another one - Broadway between 9th and 10th streets

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/93779577@N00/3949181949/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/93779577@N00/3949178663/in/photostream/

    Comment by Brechtbug — 09/26/2009 @ 09:23:24 PM

  3. Then of course there’s this.

    http://www.bunnybinladen.com/

    Comment by Brechtbug — 09/26/2009 @ 09:28:59 PM

  4. MASKED RABBIT BANDIT, AKA BUNNY BIN LADEN…

    Thanks to an astute commenter, I now know the true identity of the above graffiti-planted rabbit, which I photographed on Bleecker Street months ago.
    This long-eared masked malcontent is none other than Bunny bin Laden. And he’s left quite a tra…

    Trackback by Population Statistic — 10/01/2021 @ 09:18:29 AM

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