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Ray Johnson was an artist who followed a creative path so individual than even his closest friends were often hard put to explain just what he was up to. Once described as "the most famous unknown artist in America," Johnson was a legend partly for his work (in which he incorporated pop art images, collage, rubber stamps, and any number of other elements in a unique and groundbreaking manner), partly for his striking sense of humor (he once accepted an offer of 1,500 dollars for a piece after someone had offered ...
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Ray Johnson was an artist who followed a creative path so individual than even his closest friends were often hard put to explain just what he was up to. Once described as "the most famous unknown artist in America," Johnson was a legend partly for his work (in which he incorporated pop art images, collage, rubber stamps, and any number of other elements in a unique and groundbreaking manner), partly for his striking sense of humor (he once accepted an offer of 1,500 dollars for a piece after someone had offered to pay 2,000 dollars -- but cut 25 percent of the painting away before sending it to its new owner), and partly for his unique behavior (which many saw as a variety of performance art, including his suicide, after which he was found drowned in Sag Harbor -- with a treasure trove of unseen artwork carefully arranged in his home). How to Draw a Bunny (a title which refers to the cartoon rabbit that was Johnson's signature) is a documentary about Ray Johnson's always memorable life and death, and features video footage of the artist's performance pieces, as well as interviews with friends and contemporaries Roy Lichenstein, Christo, Chuck Close, and Billy Name; jazz great Max Roach composed the film's musical score.
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  • Release Date: 9/21/2004
  • UPC: 031398163862
  • Original Release: 2002
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  • Source: Live / Artisan
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Chuck Close Participant
Roy Lichtenstein
Technical Credits
John Walters Director, Editor
Steve Apicella Executive Producer
Rocky Collins Executive Producer
Kevin J. Foxe Co-producer
Lianne Halfon Executive Producer
John Malkovich Executive Producer
Thurston Moore Score Composer
Andy Moore Cinematographer, Producer
Max Roach Score Composer
Russ Smith Executive Producer
Tim Sternberg Sound/Sound Designer
Kevin Walter Sound/Sound Designer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I rented this DVD and liked it so much I had to buy it.

    This is a fascinating documentary. Ray Johnson was a weirdly unique human being, and his artwork is amazing. This film captures all of that, the flavor of that, how this person created something new in life that has enriched the world. It left me with a feeling that I can't quite find words for. The photo gallery of his artwork alone is worth buying the DVD for.

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