We discovered Rabbit Air at this year’s Dwell on Design, where we were convinced that the products were a form of electronic haute-décor instead of what they really are: an incredible series of high-tech air-cleaning machines that look much cooler than you’d expect. The HEPA purifiers come with customizable filter packs that you can order according to your specific needs — whether it’s to fight germs, odors, toxins, or pet allergies. If all that sounds really boring to you, you’re not alone. Luckily, Rabbit Air has made the process of buying an air purifier fun, merging form and function with a super-appealing artists series, which includes traditional favorites along with designs by up-and-coming contemporary artists. There’s also a pair of Paul Frank designs and Peanuts-themed purifiers, too — not to mention a special “Breathe Pure for the Cure” edition that helps support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. And no, this is not an ad — we just love these so much, we think everyone should know about them. That includes you.
“Carnival,” designed by Spike Spondike
“Cherry Blossom,” designed by Rabbit Air creative team
“Great Wave” by Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849)