What if SpongeBob was a person instead of a sponge. Would this iconic show airing on Nickelodeon do as well as it has? It's hard to imagine such a world, but Na Dong Hyuk, a freelance artist and character designer from Korea, has.



This artist has interpreted SpongeBob in a way that gives a fresh perspective to this hit children series. From Plankton in his fiendish underwater suit to SpongeBob looking as naive and lovable as in the original. Take a walk through Bikini Bottom in this series.

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#1 SpongeBob


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#2 Patrick


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#3 Patrick and SpongeBob


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#4 Squidward


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#5 Mr. Krabbs


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#6 Mr. Krabbs and Squidward


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#7 Plankton, Sandy, and Gary


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#8 Larry


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#9 Gary and SpongeBob


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