These "joy monsters" are best friends for kids. The Chunkos want to help you feel better!
One way they do that is by serving as best friends in hospital facilities..
The Chunkos are hospital best friends for sick kids. Through interactivity, sculpture and animation they turn the hospital into a place you actual want to visit and turn waiting time into healing time. At the end of the day, the Chunkos just want to help you feel better.
When you LIVE BIG, you Improve the world.
Herschel never found a meal he didn't love. A snack-monster with a rebel spirit, he always finds himself getting into unexpected jams... but an unexpected jam is fine if there is peanut butter.
Grimo thinks he'd like to be in a goth band. He doesn't get why everyone is always telling him to smile. Sometimes he wants to sit in all his complicated emotions and cry. And, that feels fine too.
Coming soon... Animated stories in the Chunkos universe.
Kristina Libby is an installation and fine art artist who lives in New York City.
She created the Chunkos after a traumatic brain injury led her to pursue an arts-inclusive lifestyle. In unearthing her painting and sculpting practices, she realized that she was more joyful, more happy and making a much bigger impact on the world than she ever did before by embracing a more full version of herself.
What if everyone did this she wondered? What would the world be like? Her conclusive answer: better.
Libby's work has been discussed and reviewed in the New York Times, Washington Post, NY Post, NY Magazine, NBC, ABC, FOX amongst many others. Notably, her public art series "The Floral Heart Project" was cited as the catalyst for the introduction of COVID-19 memorial legislation in both the US Congress and with the US Congress of Mayors.
Find out more here: www.lightvlight.com.