The Zurich-based group has been using its Twitter feed to comment on each photo, which was routinely uploaded to a web server available from the group's website. The site is now down, as the parcel successfully made its way to Assange with its inner mechanics switched off.
Assange opened the parcel, which contained a number of presents and a number of cards, which he showed to the camera. They included "Free Anons", "Free Bradley Manning" and "Justice for Aaron Swartz".
Further information on Bitnik is available in Challenging media, our article from 2010 which featured the group's first major UK show, at Space Studios in Hackney. Great work from Bitnik here - and rather wonderful to see that the parcel made it to its intended recipient (parcel delivery companies, take note).