Van Gogh’s Starry Night as an Artistic Air Purifier

Van Gogh's Starry Night Artist Air Purifier from RabbitAir

You’ve seen Van Gogh’s Starry Night on coffee mugs, shower curtains, dog collars, naked Art Freaks and David Lynch’s hair, but how about a HEPA air purifier?

Paul Frank Air Purifier from RabbitAir

Los Angeles-based RabbitAir makes slim and modern air purifiers. Among their offerings are an Artist Series of air filtration systems featuring the iconic imagery of Van Gogh’s Starry Night, Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss and Hokusai’s The Great Wave. 

Gustav Klimt's The Kiss Artist Air Purifier from RabbitAir

If you’re thinking that this is a curious pairing of art and air filtration, it sure is. But, hearken back to your days in college dormitories. How many Gustav Klimt posters did you see on people’s walls? Now chew on this: RabbitAir’s MinusA2 Artist Series Hepa air purifiers reduce airborne bacteria, mold spores and particles that carry viruses and they fight odors. Starting to sound smarter by the minute, isn’t it?

Peanuts Air Purifier from RabbitAir

RabbitAir’s artistic air purifiers aren’t cheap (they start at $479.95), but can you really put a price on protection from pathogens with Peanuts and Paul Frank???

RabbitAir Hepa Air Purifier

There’s no reason to own anything bland ever again–no matter how practical and utilitarian the object may be! Castoo’s customizable casts got my award for Being Least Beige in 2012, and RabbitAir is a serious contender to take home that distinction in 2013.