Recognized in 2012 as the 3rd best public sculpture in San Francisco by SF Weekly, Jeremy Fish’s Silly Pink Bunny is an important piece of artwork that marks the gateway to the Lower Haight neighborhood. Perhaps most importantly, the Silly Pink Bunny and murals that grace the walls at Haight and Laguna symbolize years of neighbor and community efforts to activate the Haight Street corridor through culturally relevant and iconic street art.
Today, development plans for the site include removing the Silly Pink Bunny and walls along Laguna and Haight to make way for new rental housing. Fortunately, the developer of the site has agreed to work with the community and artist to find a permanent home for a new, bronzed Silly Pink Bunny and the murals.
launch date: September 2013