Always looking for speedy rides and good laughs, the Fly Rabbits have embarked on an adventurous tour through the world and contemporary society. They are prankish, playful, irreverent and crafty.
Don’t tell them what to do. Don’t make their world small, but you may challenge them! What happens next, nobody knows, but hopefully, it's fun and dangerous.
In between trips, Fly Rabbits are usually found near water, sipping drinks in tiny bathing suits.
Eye on Design – AIGAMincho MagazineIt’s nice thatJuxtapozApe On the MoonVice Alps"SH la wonder-mad-woman""SH et l’acide désoxyribonucléique""SH hors limites…""Balancing the actual and the absurd", Amadeus Magazine"Amok, Amok, Amok", Amadeus Magazine"Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit", 24 Heures, Blog Art Contemporain"Off the wall – the Art of the Absurd", published by Victionary
If you want to book Fly Rabbit's talent for your magazine, newspaper, living room, or invite them to a party, contact their agent at firstname.lastname@example.org. A portfolio with a selection of projects is available here.
Sarah Haug is a Swiss artist and illustrator. Since she was a child, she craves adventure and making pranks, which is maybe why in her work the strange and fanciful are colliding with our wilder selves. In an attempt to escape from acute boredom at her day job, she invented one day the Fly Rabbits and is having quite a lot of fun ever since.
Her drawings have been shown across a variety of media and public spaces: on walls, paper, clothing, limited edition collections, magazines, as animated projections and installations, looking for the whimsical and sometimes provocative anecdotes. They have been featured at the Oslo Comix Festival, Mapping Festival, Fantoche Animation Filmfestival, Animatou Animation Filmfestival, Jazzfestival Lausanne, Bad Bonn, WFMU, Centre d’art contemporain de Genève, Faesthetic Magazine, Reportagen, Trax Magazine to name a few.