Bugs Bunny Poster

Bugs bunny poster! Lighten up everyone. Drop that scowl and grin the Bugs Bunny grin.

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(Loosen up everyone. Drop that load and let’s get a few light moments.)

Photo Light Box Feature Today


I’m changing my planned ‘photo fun‘ feature name into ‘photo light box‘ for reasons some of you might have an idea about. This photo light box feature will every now and then appear in this blog especially during times when I feel like indulging in my love for creating some form of art out of existing photos or other art forms.

Bugs Bunny Poster: The Boxer

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The subject today is one of my kids’ favorite characters. My son still got a bugs bunny poster up in our room. And this bugs bunny poster (not the one above), if I remember right, was given to him way back when he was 5 years old. In this little work, I’ve


randomly thought of boxing as the surrounding circumstance for bugs. I could get stoned by other parents for this but I don’t see so much violence in the resulting pic anyway especially with that famous grin firmly fixed on the Bug’s face implying he’s having fun with this lucky boxer. Speaking of violence, I suppose there is more violence in Bug’s actual tv series than on this bugs bunny poster feature. Want to see more violence openly shown to kids? Watch more cartoons, e.g. Tom & Jerry. 😉

Bugs Bunny Poster: Santa Bugs

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Merry Christmas everyone!!!

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12 thoughts on “Bugs Bunny Poster”

  1. The problem these days is that a lot of cartoons, shows and even books which I thought were normal are now banned because of perceived violence or bigotry.

    Shows like The Three Stooges, too violent.

    Books by Enid Blyton, racist.

    Cartoons, I can’t actually think of one at the moment, but I;m sure they’re out there.

    I loved Bugs, and I love what you did with that poster.

    1. Thanks Sire. An actress who had a stint with the Three Stooges once remarked that all she learned while working with the show is how to hit someone in the head with a mallet or stick. 🙂

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