The Bronze Bunny Legacy


In the mid-nineties a gang of skateboarders from upstate New York migrated west to San Francisco, and landed in the Lower Haight neighborhood of San Francisco. One of these artists used the symbol of their gang to represent his artwork as he attended art school.

Roughly 20 years later a large pink bunny statue appeared on the corner of Haight and Laguna streets as a gift from this artist to the city he loves, and also as a tribute to his gang and their relationship to the lower Haight.

As this temporary fiberglass statue's time came to an end, The Haight Street Art Center and The Haight Street Business Association raised money to create the largest crowd funded public bronze statue in California.

This small bronze bunny is a replica made from the same original sculpt. This is the only opportunity to own a small piece of this unusual and historic San Francisco story.