Hunt Slonem

Maker Monday: An ASPIRE Exclusive Interview With Hunt Slonem

With Easter right around the corner, what better way to celebrate than shining light on renowned artist, Hunt Slonem. Naturally, he is known for his infamous and interesting bunnies that pop up on any given piece he creates. Hunt’s other pieces of work are just as eccentric, eliciting inspiration from other curious creatures including monkeys, butterflies and toucans. Slonem’s work has been seen all over the world as he’s taken part in a handful of special exhibitions (over 350 to be exact.) Maybe the Easter bunny will be good to us all this year and surprise us with a Hunt Slonem piece…but we can only dream, right? Introducing this week’s Maker Monday, Hunt Slonem.
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Hunt Slonem hops up with new home goods collection

Hunt Slonem launched his latest collection quietly, but there’s nothing low-key about these home goods in bright colors with whimsical finches, bunnies and butterflies. His broad collection includes 5-inch square Portrait Plates with bunny line drawings on a variety of background colors ($50 each), lacquered place mats in a variety of styles ($85 each), dinner napkins ($25 each) and cocktail napkins ($60 for a set of 6), lacquered box sets ($225), bedding ($325 and up) and pillows in cotton or a combination of silk and velvet ($325 and up).