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New Alternate Poster Art by Brian Kaas

Here is a new abstract poster illustrated by Brian Kaas.


I found Brian after browsing This American Life’s website. I’m a big fan of the radio show, and I saw that Brian had designed an awesome vintage radio design t-shirt for TAL’s pledge items. I knew his style would fit the type of concept I was envisioning for the “rabbit brain.” I think he did an excellent job! Check out Brian’s other work on his website.

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5 Responses to “New Alternate Poster Art by Brian Kaas”

  1. While this art is fantastically done, I don’t really care for this poster. My first impression is actually like one of those medical posters and is actually kind of creeping me out. With this art, it almost gives a feeling that the movie is about a zoonotic disease or something. I personally do not feel that this poster represents the documentary or the rabbit world very well. No offense at all to the artist meant since the art itself is superb. I just don’t think it creates a very good first impression or captures what the documentary is all about. Again, just my personal opinion.

  2. Erich says:

    As a fan of the surreal, I really enjoy this poster. The artwork itself is very nicely done. The contrasts really catch the eyes and the white rabbit captures the fascination, imagination, and love for rabbits.

    Very clever.

  3. I don’t care for this poster very much as it seems as though it is for a documentary about a disease of rabbits. It is slightly creepy and doesn’t really seem to show what this documentary is actually about. This is just my opinion but I don’t care for it and wouldn’t know what the documentary was about if I didn’t already know what it was. I like the more cartoonish one better! It is cuter and represents the film better. No offense to the artist.

  4. Jose says:

    I like this new poster. Even though the first (hand drawn rabbits) poster is cute, I feel it misleads the audience in thinking it is a film about the rabbits. The newer poster is clearer in giving the audience the idea that it is a film about the world surrounding the rabbits and the breeders that raise them. Giving them rabbits on the brain or “rabbit fever”.

  5. Sher says:

    Art is ok, but something more like a person surrounded by bunnies would be more appropriate. This is a fever that sneaks up on you… first you get one then two is better then three and you get my drift. Pretty soon you have them in every nook and cranny available.

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