Vitruvian dunny toy

vitruvian dunny

Here is my dunny version of Vitruvian Man originally sketched by Leonardo da Vinci showing ideal human proportions with geometry described by the ancient Roman architect Vitruvius. Many artists used this iconic image and put all different robots or animals inside the circle, but I didn’t see dunny yet, so here it is pasted on the original poster.
vitruvian dunny poster

It was used recently as part of the logo and opening sequence for HBO hit TV series Westworld. We see the machinery in the show, creating  an android that looks remarkably human , with its robotic skeleton visible at its extremities being dunked into a white liquid.  The image of the robot is set against a backdrop of the Westworld park’s logo with a Western vista beyond it.

The original artwork emphasizes a human figure with the ideal proportions. Over at the old amusement park, the show constantly reminds us that the hosts are becoming more and more human.

2 responses to “Vitruvian dunny toy”

  1. Kathleen says:

    You have a mass of very creative modifications! I was wondering what type of paint(s) do you use?

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