Ever since publishing Tape Op #88, we've been receiving an endless supply of requests to turn the cover art by Kim Krans into some more viewing-optimal format. And so today, we give you the "How A Bunny Sounds" Poster. Please enjoy!

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Tue, Jul 1, 2014 - 2:31PM
emily e said about this:

Is Kim Krans' poster still in print? Pretty please with sugar on top