Bunny Board from Allan Bealy (NYC)

The first bunny board has made its way back home and it comes from the great Allan Bealy in New York City. I knew Allan would do great things and he surely did. His placement of objects is superb. I can’t wait to get this in a frame and hang it proudly. Hopefully it’ll be joined by others very soon. (Oh, as a recap, I created two collages with a bunny on top, mailed those collages to whoever was interested, they filled in the rest, and then sent me one back. They kept whichever they wanted to.)
It seems that this project has been quite a success based on the amount of people that were interested in it. Unfortunately I had a couple of folks say they were interested after I sent out the second round. With a move coming up and a big trip, I worried that things would get lost in the mix, maybe they’d be sent to the wrong address and I’d never see them again. I didn’t want to potentially waste anyone’s creativity.
The first round was completely uniform; every single one of them looked the same. The second round was a little different. I used recycle book covers for each one, which means they’re sizes are slightly off. I also used a lot of color, where the first round was completely black and white. Now I have to wait and see if they come back home. I’m looking forward to what folks are going to do with the project.
FIRST ROUND - Lynn Britton Radford (PA, USA) Moan Lisa (IA, USA) Allan Bealy (NY, NY) E Ambassadeur d'Utopia (Givry, FR) Erinn S Young (Innisfil, CN) Mary Crockett (W-S, USA) Debbie Brown Foster (Lexington, USA)
SECOND ROUND - Terry Owenby (Portland, OR) Kotun Viktor (Budapest, Hungary) Michael Slawter (W-S, USA) Vizma Bruns (Waitpinga, Australia) and Sarah Waldon (Smethwick, UK).


Terry O. said…
Allan did a beautiful job with his bunny board! I envy his speed at getting the board back home. :-)
zzzzzzzz said…
His looks amazing! I'm not sure how he was able to get it done so quickly.