As anyone who knows me will attest, as an artist I have a thing about bunnies. For Lynch it was 'the eye of the duck'. For me, it's twitchy noses and floppy ears. Don't ask me why - I have no idea. Some years ago, I made this piece for my wife, Kara.
Speaking of weird, I also discovered this cryptozoological oddity some years ago.
Some years ago on a visit to San Francisco, I put a coin into a plastic-egg-with-toy vending machine and received a weird plastic rabbit with horns. For some reason it terrified me and I actually had to get rid of it because its strangely impassive eyes and antlered visage seemed more aligned with the infernal than with childhood joy. Nevertheless, horned bunnies have made their impression upon me, like... no I'll spare you more poor similes.
Regal Street Art
In a non-bunny turn of events, I discovered the street artist 'Koralie' in 2009, thanks to the lovely book Pictoplasma. A lot of her work is like this.
All these odd bits and pieces finally amalgamated into a bunny-demon thing. It's sat in my head since I started this project years ago. She's finally in the game. Her name is Felorn. This is the waterfall area, where she lives. I hope you like her. She has a key role to play in the game.
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