Blackjack and bunnies — two of our favorite things here at From Hop To Pop — double down in an excellent new t-shirt design spun around a literal and punny approximation of the humble jack rabbit. Get it for $20 bones, hardly a budget buster (sorry, couldn’t resist…), at Threadless.
Those with astute powers of observation might recall that we featured a gaggle of bunny-themed tees in this very space last year. Got one of your own to share? Post it in the comments below!
“I am very little. Careful! Don’t step on me. You never have to walk me. I don’t bark. I don’t ask for much, but just because your shoe box says Jimmy Choo doesn’t mean I want to sleep in it.”
So reads the copy for the pEi Petite – a small round egg for your pet rabbit to sleep in. Inspired by a doodle of a happy cat emerging from an egg, pEi Pods are meant to imitate the cave-like sanctuaries animals love without disturbing the feng shui of their human’s living space.
Lap of of cat luxury
What do you think? Are these animal beds purrrfect, or over the top? Let us know in the comments.
Here Hare at Bunnyslippers.com, we have an appreciation for all things cute, fuzzy, and plush, but that’s not to say we don’t enjoy a dash of glamor at the same time.
To wit, we present the music of international pop sensation Tina. Born in Mumbai and raised in New Jersey (where only the strong survive), she’s an artist on the rise and one to watch in 2012.
Embedded below are two clips that showcase her varied talents as a singer, dancer, actor and musician. The first pairs her with hip-hop tough guy, Fat Joe, for an uptempo jam powered by a Bollywood beat, while the second reveals a softer, more introspective sound, via a collaboration with the one and only Ringo Starr!
Tina’s eclectic taste also extends to fashion and, yes, animal slippers! Pictured below is the artist herself, garbed in a pair of our adorable penguin slippers. In typical Tina style, she models them triumphantly.
Tina, pop sensation at large, models a pair of penguin slippers
We’ve all been on our share of terrible dates, but doesn’t that make the good ones that much better?
In this new Heineken ad, a rogueish young fellow takes his lovely, raven-haired lady friend behind the scenes of an Asian ballroom where they meet chefs, dragon dancers, high-rolling patrons and even a magician, who puts a new spin on an old trick.
Save perhaps for Glen Close, few celebs have been immune to the cuddly charms of furry rabbits. Take, Hugh Hefner, for instance, who built an iconic media empire around their likeness. Ditto for Andy Warhol, who returned to the subject again and again in his work (Hop Art, anyone?). Likewise, comedians and actors as varied as Bob Hoskins, John Cleese, Michael Jordan, and Jake Gyllenhaal have all viewed the world through what The Bunnington Post has cleverly coined “the lagomorph lens.”
Some celebs, in fact, are so smitten they’ve brought bunnies into their family. To wit, the list below, which notes 10 such pairings.
Paris Hilton owns not one but 20 bunnies that she saved from becoming snake food at a pet shelter. Whether she’s named the bunnies has not been confirmed, but suspected monikers include “BunBuns”, “Schnookums”, “Hot” and “Sexy”. (Suspected by us, that is.)