Chocolate Bunny by Sander Plug.
I can't interpret the intent of the artist, but this made me think of the perpetual erosion of childhood as we age, and the futility of resisting time and life's inescapable (and often painful) lessons. The fact that an easter bunny is a symbol to many of their innocent days as a child made it even more poignant for me. The innate inability of the bunny to defend itself or transcend its nature ) as it disintegrates before our eyes is haunting in its similarity to our own inability to escape our bound, physical natures. Just as we are human at last and cannot transcend our limitations, however much we might expand and broaden them with time, it's a chocolate and inanimate object, no matter how much it might be silently willing itself to be otherwise as it melts for all we know. Yes, I tend to overanalyze and take things much too seriously.
Posted by: Ben at November 28, 2007 4:12 AM________________________
I love this piece. Beautiful vocalist too, could you please tell me her name as I'd love to own that mournful waltz. Thanks.
Posted by: tiggyT at November 29, 2007 1:51 PM________________________
the song is what sealed the deal for me! It certainly makes for a very cinematic effect. Sander Plug's website tells me that the music for this piece is by Nathan Larson.
Posted by: liz at November 29, 2007 2:24 PM________________________
This looks like a well-beautified, cinematic version of Hanttula's Bunnyocalypse:
Posted by: Frederich at November 30, 2007 1:13 PM________________________