Archived Tee - 2012-08-04Art curated by
Bunnies are Evil
About the artist
Tell us a bit about this design.
I have been planning to found a religion based on their teachings for a while. Our holy symbol would be a Brian on a cross. We would eat SPAM SPAM SPAM every day! Silly walks would be mandatory. Anybody not joining us would be prosecuted by the Spanish Inquisition.
Aham. Anyway. I have seen the Holy Grail around 25 times. I freaking love this movie. I like cursing. I think bunnies are evil. This is the result.
Where are you from?
I am from Graz in Austria, a really neat city which I recommend everyone to visit. It’s much cooler than Salzburg and Vienna, I swear! And it has a giant hill in the middle, which the devil has supposedly dropped there. And no, the tourism office doesn’t pay me to say that! I really love my city. But I also consider New York City my home, which I lived in for three years.
Who is your favorite comedian?
I think I must say John Cleese. He NEVER gets boring. On the list of my top comedians too are Simon Pegg, Louis CK, and the dudes from the Mighty Boosh and Flight of the Concords.
What do you like about British comedy?
It is very silly. I think that’s my favorite part about it. Especially the Monthy Pythons embraced and celebrated silliness, and also weirdness. British comedy has this wonderful element of self-reflection and breaking the 4^th wall (thinking of countless MP-sketches here).
I think there is nothing that made me happier than seeing grown men dress up as ladies and run around in mud. With newer productions like IT-Crowd, Mighty Boosh, Peep Show and Spaced I appreciate the mix of dry humor with completely absurd elements. Also, British humor always represented far more delicate topics, such as death, murder, sex and most importantly, naughty bits and violent grannies.
If you were the ringmaster of a flying circus, what kind of acts would it include?
We would start off with bunch of Vikings battling each other with SPAM. Then, a live comfy-chair torture by the Spanish Inquisition. We would release the tiger at the guy with the banana. After the break, we will continue with a demonstration on how to throw a pie into a person’s face. Then, a deadly battle between a bunny and a knight (Only one shall leave). Tim the Enchanter will conclude the show with some magic tricks.
What is the meaning of life?
Then shalt thou count to 42, no more, no less. 42 shall be the number thou shalt see the meaning of life in, and the number of the meaning shall be 42.
Who would be tougher to defeat in battle, a bunny or the Black Knight?
The bunny, clearly. They not only have the advantage of big pointy teeth, no, they also are incredibly fluffy! DEADLY FLUFFYNESS!!!
And now for something completely different… tell us something surprising!
I took my picture with Bruce Campbell, Neil Gaiman, Matt Smith and Co and Matt Groening! Do I get nerd credit? Here is the proof: http://annamariajung.com/nerdyfotos.jpg
Any shout outs?
I want to shout out to all the awesome other artists that I admire and communicate with on a regular basis: You inspire me and help me to improve!
Also, am working on an epic graphic novel (in collaboration with two friends) – a horror-comedy set in an oriental fantasy world with plenty of filthy jokes, demons, magic and shit! Please follow us on http://www.facebook.com/Pepperchronicles
my regular website: http://annamariajung.com/
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