Knitters take note: a Viennese art group called Gelatin recently unveiled the cutest public art installation we’ve ever seen. It’s a 200-foot-long pink toy bunny rabbit, knitted by dozens of grannies, located on the side of a mountain in Italy. What does the art “mean”? Your guess is as good as ours, but it sure looks snuggly. Members of Gelatin told Ananova.com they expect hikers to scale the bunny and lounge on its belly.
Luckily, the wascally wabbit is scheduled to remain where it is until 2025, so you’ve got a few years to save up for an Italian holiday.