Well, winter is finally over and the Easter Bunny has come and gone, but there is still a chill in the air making it the perfect time for our next Chaos Bunnies release: Snow Bunny! Featuring the same vibrant blue colors Joe uses in all his “snow” edition figures, Snow Bunny will be a super cool addition to your collection. Limited to just 250 figures, Snow Bunny will be releasing this Thursday April 4, 2013 at 12 noon PST exclusively on theloyalsubjects.com. A 10-inch vinyl figure, Snow Bunny was created and designed by Joe Ledbetter, produced by The Loyal Subjects, and comes packaged in a fantastic jumbo-sized (and re-sealable) blister pack.
Here’s the specs:
- Created and Designed by Joe Ledbetter
- Produced by The Loyal Subjects
- 10-inch tall vinyl figure
- Limited edition of 250
- Comes in a jumbo-sized (and re-sealable) blister pack
- $135 USD (+ shipping)
Living atop the polar ice cap, Snow Bunny has adapted to the most frigid climate on the planet. He loves to eat raw fish, whale watch, snowboard, and can tunnel beneath the snow at lightning speed. Although he portrays a shy coolness, he can have quite a hot temper when it comes to politics.
More about the Chaos Bunnies:
The Chaos Bunnies are a collection of characters and vinyl figures created and designed by Joe Ledbetter (aka J.Led). Under many iterations and names over the years, the Chaos Bunnies have been prevalent characters in J.Led’s paintings, prints, and toy designs since 2004. With as many variations of his signature bunny character as can be imagined, the possibilities are truly endless. The Chaos Bunnies play with ideas of over-population, individuality, alienation, enlightenment, and unadulterated joy. Not only is this project a labor of love, but a carefully designed art piece, a celebration of collectables, and a love letter to favorite childhood action figures. These bunnies might be super cute, but don’t forget they’re still wild animals from a distant planet.
Wait, Who are the Chaos Bunnies??
Imagine a beautiful green planet filled with bunnies. Bunnies being what they are, have multiplied quickly and over-population has become a serious global issue. In the distant past, all bunnies had identical yellow fur coats, however, recent pollution and chaos have caused bunny mutations with endless variation. While the few aristocratic bunnies living above the fray carry their ancestor’s yellow fur and control of the planet, the masses are left to their own devices and adaptations. As doomed as their world’s fate often seems there are countless tales of heroic deeds, love, escape, hope and redemption. And even the most unlikely of bunnies could possibly save the planet.