Duracell Bunnies. And lots of them…


Duracell? Isn’t the pink bunny the Energizer mascot?

After some Wiki-research, it turns out that the Energizer Bunny (the one that plays the drums in sunglasses) is only commonly found in North America. The Duracell Bunnies actually came out first in 1973 and dominate the European and Australian regions. So depending on where you live, you may be familiar with either the Energizer Bunny or the Duracell Bunny! Amazing huh?

Our North American friends must have seen the Energizer Bunny playing the bass drum at some point in their lives. The Duracell Bunnies are often caught doing something other than playing the drums, such as organizing themselves into gangs and engaging in activities like such



These bunny arts I saw on Behance are actually part of a Duracell print campaign launched in Europe and Asia, created by 3D artist Nicolas Lesaffre. Zooming into the King Kong-like figure shows how all the bunnies are hanging onto one another. If you have lots of time on your hands, you may want to try some bunny counting =)

Anyways, has anyone actually seen these in print?



  • Thu

    I was stoked by the detail of this ad. In one scene, you see the bunnies that have fallen out from the sumo (after he stamps his foot) jump back in – so very detailed :D