the dunny is a tabula rasa of plastic cuteness produced by kid robot and tattooed by artists and designers. each dunny becomes customized through decoration of color and line with some shifts in pose and the occasional sword. some artists, like david flores, break down the dunny through a network of lines that create a new reflective cellular armature while still referencing its original form. others, including geoff mcfetridge, disregard form and cover the dunny with a repetitive, ornamental wallpaper creating new figuration within the dunny’s distinctive figure. the dunny collections exist as a rogue’s gallery of hot graffiti artists, illustrators, and other mixed media designers such as queen andrea, kenzo minami, ferric, and deph.