Spanish art director Jessica Chapiness and 3D artist Yonito Tanu—the founders of creative design studio Hunky-dunky—harnessed inspiration from a commissioned illustration for Oprah Magazine and translated it into a quirky and colorful block project.
The artistic endeavor is about people, although it is entirely comprised of differently colored geometric shapes. The block project seeks to represent different types of personality and the way humans interact with each other, based on their character. From the abstract composition of the artsy individual and the exquisitely delicate arrangement of someone who is fragile to the transparent surface of the honest person and the aggressive juxtaposition of those who are cruel, Hunky-dunky's block project does a good job representing attitudes through good design.
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