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  • Mysterabbit
  • Ji Lee (bio)

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Every day, we spend our time constantly doing things: Going from one place to another, working, shopping, checking our phones, thinking about the past and worrying about the future. We rarely stop and enjoy the moment, and so we end up missing the beautiful moments of life that go by us without ever being noticed. Mysterabbit was created to disrupt this cycle. [End Page 161]

Mysterabbits are tiny sculptures—in the shape of a meditating rabbit—designed to be placed in public spaces. We hope they will stop people going about their daily routine and for a brief moment, make them wonder about their mysterious, newly found gift, and a small piece of the beautiful world that surrounds them.

To participate in the Mysterabbit project, sign up here:

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Ji Lee

Ji Lee was born in Seoul and lived for many years in Brazil. He holds a degree in Communication and Graphic Design from the Parsons School of Design. He is a Communication Designer at Facebook, and former designer and creative director at the Google Creative Lab, and is best known for his illustrations and public-art projects. He teaches at the School of Visual Arts.


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