Taken Easter Sunday 2012 at Rockefeller Center, NYC.
Love the exhuberance in the bunny’s pose!!
“If only Mr. Rogers was still on tv”, parents tell us all the time. Fred Rogers’ gentle, welcoming banter, his little songs and his voyages to the Magic Kingdom were a giant part of many of our childhoods that we … Continue reading
Here is a low tech approach to what really matters: a good story. Aside from the fact that his nom de plume is Gordon Dioxide and he lives in the UK, I don’t know anything about the author of these … Continue reading
Thanks to the ever fantastic National Film Board of Canada for making this wonderful film available. Perfect for a warm up after a chilly day outdoors. The Animal Movie, posted with vodpod
Gingerbread bunnies! The BunnyEars.tv team’s contribution to the cookie and cocktail CSI Annex party this evening!
The song of the day is Forget me Nots by Patrice Rushen, as sung on Soul Train in ’82. A gorgeous groovy tune for any old time. Makes a pretty good lullaby too.
How early moms in Japan must wake up to create these lovely lunches for their kids!
Happy Hallowe’en to you from the herd of us rabbits here at BunnyEars.tv! Enjoy the Halloween classic, The Monster Mash, by Bobby “Boris” Pickett. Recorded in 1962 and keeping us company on Halloween for 49 years now!
One of our loyal bunnyears fans sent word to us about Jenni Price, a talented illustrator and an unbelievable pancake artist.
You can follow her step-by-step tutorial for making these bunny treats here. Wouldn’t the world be a better place if these were served for lunch at the United Nations. Eh???
Hey all you illustrators, cartoonists, and pencil waving animators, we have a cool bunny swap for you!
How about drawing up your very own bunny to put in THE spot of honour on BunnyEars.tv? Your bunny will go right in the frame (see below) for a whole week, and we will twitter away all about it! Great publicity for you and a great way for us to keep our site um, hopping with new bunnies. There’s only one rule, and that’s to keep the bunny looking kid-appropriate (and not scary) ’cause we have lots of little viewers.
Send in your bunnies to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will post all non-scary entries on our blog and will rotate them in the frame in weeks to come.