Specializing in a “Where's Waldo?”-esque form of illustration, Dudolf uses color, texture and repetition to “hide” objects or critters within his cutesy, chaotic cartoons.
The artist, who works primarily in pen and ink, often looks to current events to find inspiration for his popular pieces and mainly uses animals as his subjects (over the holidays, for example, he inked a “find the penguin in the snowmen” piece, which garnered more than 113,000 likes on Facebook).
As such, with Easter celebrations taking place this weekend, it only made sense for the artist to create a bunny-themed brain teaser.
In Dudolf's latest, an (undecorated) Easter egg hides among a sea of pastel-hued rabbits. It's like the adult version of a classic Easter egg hunt -- except, sadly, with less (ahem, no) chocolate.