The Rabbit Knows Prints / Fairy-tales – Tales we are told as adults

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Τhe Rabbit Knows, a cartoonist from Greece, collaborates with It’s all, oh so souvenir to me!, and together they carry a series of his drawings, creating the brand new poster collection, Anarchy in Fairy-tales – Tales we are told as adults! Focusing on fairy tales told differently, through the socio-political prism of Greece today.

Focusng on topics around Democracy, Justice, the Economy, the climate change, the different and diverse, The Rabbit Knows creates heroes that may seem innocent and naive but turn out to be unorthodox, sarcastic and so shrewd. With just one image and two lines, he comes to suggest a seemingly oblique but so logical and charming other reading of the world.

Taking form in a unique, witty and reactive poster collection which consist of 16 cartoon sketches.

Once upon a time. What once upon a time?
Stories told to us when we were young to help us fall sleep. Tales told to us by adults so as to keep us awake.
Seven dwarfs and the economy. Cinderella and austerity. The big bad wolf and riot police. Tales we tell ourselves and tales we’ve been told.
Fairy tales imagined! Creatures of our imagination and creatures that conqueror our imagination.
Crayons, computers, scrapbooks, the internet, roller skates and tanks. Homework and military service. They took the lollipops out of our hands and bombed us.
We never grow up, nor do we want to stay young.
In between, and yet, a subtle, silent, tenacious belief in something better. A hidden will to open a crack between the stories we’ve learned, to unfold the stories we want to tell and the dreams we want to live.
Anarchy in fairy tales.
And did they live happily ever after? And did we? We will say.
The Rabbit Knows

Information/
Signed by the artist.
Limited edition.
Poster – A3 size (29,7 x 42 cm)
Designed and printed in Greece
Digital printing on high quality 300g paper
The texts are handwritten in Greek or English when applicable.

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Description

The Rabbit Knows is a self-taught cartoonist who creates sketches and artworks with satirical, philosophical and political content. Born, raised and studied in Thessaloniki, Greece, he lived and worked in the Netherlands between 2012 and 2016. Since 2016 he lives permanently in Athens.

He has presented two solo exhibitions, ‘Mice who prefer to fail’ (Utrecht, 2012) and ‘Anarchy in Nostalgia’ (Athens, 2018). In constant collaboration with It’s all, oh so souvenir to me, he has created the collections “Anarchy in Nostalgia” and “Anarchy in Caryatids”, which are available in a number of design stores in Greece.

He has participated three times (2021, 2022 and 2023) in the Dutch anti-fascist calendar “Gutmensch Scheurkalender”, published by Jurgen Maas in Amsterdam. He has collaborated with the National Theatre, sketching for Yannis Kalavrianos’ performance of “Medea by Bost” (July 2022), for the annual conference of the Little National Theatre (September 2022), and creating the series “Anarchy in Shakespeare” (March 2022), exclusively for the National Theatre.

Information/
Signed by the artist. Limited edition.
Poster – A3 size (29,7 x 42 cm)
Designed and printed in Greece
Digital printing on high quality 300g paper
The texts are handwritten in Greek or English when applicable.

Eco-den eco
Αλλοιώσεις
Αναρχία στην 25η Μαρτίου
Αναρχία στον Κεμάλ
Δημοκρατία στην Αρχαία Ελλάδα
Δικαιοσύνη
Δικαίωμα στην κλιματική αλλαγή
Καπιταλισμός στο pride
Καταδικάζετε τη βια
Λιτότητα
Μάσλοου και ΜΑΤ
Νόμιμη Βία
Πολεμοsplaining
Ποσο μπλε
Συνέπεια
Την οικονομία

Additional information

Weight0.300 kg
Dimensions27.9 × 42 cm
Theme

Eco-den eco, Αλλοιώσεις, Αναρχία στην 25η Μαρτίου, Αναρχία στον Κεμάλ, Δημοκρατία στην Αρχαία Ελλάδα, Δικαιοσύνη, Δικαίωμα στην κλιματική αλλαγή, Καπιταλισμός στο pride, Καταδικάζετε τη βια, Λιτότητα, Μάσλοου και ΜΑΤ, Νόμιμη Βία, Πολεμοsplaining, Ποσο μπλε, Συνέπεια, Την οικονομία

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The Rabbit Knows

The Rabbit Knows is a self-taught cartoonist and sketch artist, who creates unique, imaginative sketches with a political, satirical and philosophical content, challenging the stereotypical views of human society. His clever, black humor, may come across as innocent and childish, in the same way as his sketches, but his sharp tongue and controversial points of view stand out and are, in fact, disarming!

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