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FAQ

What is Lucky Bunny?
Lucky Bunny, named after my pet rabbit, is my creative outlet. After spending 6 years in the advertising industry, seeing clients make buckets of money off my ideas and observing all that’s wrong with the business world, I decided to do my own thing. You’ll see evidence of my advertising experience in how Lucky Bunny is positioned as a brand: through my art, shirts, prints, and whatever else I feel like creating.
Why screen printing?
After being laid off in 2001, I turned to screen printing to stay busy and because I love working with my hands. Since the early 90s graphic design has become very computer-driven. Anyone with a Mac or a PC and access to a graphics program is suddenly a designer, and that has made ideas and craft nearly obsolete. Screen printing, however, has been around since the early 1900’s and hasn’t changed much. Screening requires no expensive technology making it the ideal craft for hands-on expression. So I began working old school to balance out all the computer-driven, slick-looking digital stuff. The advertising/design world is loaded with talented people, most jaded with the business and sick of seeing their ideas constantly being shot down, watered down and shredded for the masses. Once word got out I was screen printing my own stuff, graphic designers started seeking me out and jobs began rolling in. I started with under $100 and a rebellious DIY aesthetic which is seen throughout my work. Then things got out of control and morphed into a business, and I went with the flow: printing and designing, and particularly making hip hop and rock posters.
Are you still doing commercial design work?
If you're cool allow a decent amount of creative freedom let's get down and have some fun in the process.
What is a "Strict Edition?"
Inept numbering and misleading information regarding editions is confusing and disheartening to collectors and art enthusiasts alike. Therefore, Strict Edition is a term I've come up with, to purify the categorization of editions that have been watered down by extraneous additions over time. A strict edition is the exact quantity of an edition produced. This means there are no A/P's (artist proofs) or P/P's (printer's proofs), etc. So when I label a print as having a strict edition of 50, that means there are 50 prints from the run that I have deemed acceptable. Any test prints, misprints, etc, are destroyed. It's my hope that other artists jump on board, work out their own system, or follow an existing system to the letter. Not all rules were made to be broken.
What is a "Screen Painting?"
A screen painting is a term I’ve come up with to describe my work on panel, canvas, etc. It’s a combination of traditional screen printing and painting. Often glazes, varnishes, additional colors, texture, etc are added to each piece within an edition using a brush and whatever else I come up with. My intention is to make each piece the same, but different.
What forms of payment do you accept?

I gladly accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or regular account payments all through PayPal.

How secure is this store?

This store uses PayPal for payments, and PayPal automatically encrypts your confidential information in transit from your computer to ours using the Secure Sockets Layer protocol (SSL) with an encryption key length of 128-bits (the highest level commercially available).

Do I need a PayPal account to purchase from this store?

No, you are not required to have a PayPal account to purchase from this store. Although if you already have a PayPal account you may use it.