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Pierre Rouzier's new Mites are frankly cool

12:00 PM on 11.23.2012 // Brian Szabelski

Stupid Bunny Suit Cybermite available now for US$65

Pierre Rouzier is celebrating the impending doom that is the end of the world (you know, Mayan calendars and all that stuff) with a new series of six resin Cybermites with a little bit of an apocalyptic theme themselves. The Stupid Bunny Suit Cybermites are each 6 inches tall from ear to foot, handcast in resin, and their inspiration should be a bit obvious, but if not: it's Frank from Donnie Darko. The Mites look a lot more menacing with their bunny masks on and in that metallic steel paint job, no?

You can pick up the new Cybermites from Pierre's site for US$65 plus shipping. I don't think they'll be delivered by time-space vortex to you while you're resting on your bed ... but is anyone thinking of picking one up?

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