Everyone loves personality types, whether it be Horoscopes, MBTIs, KTS-IIs or even Four Temperaments. It's one of the most accessible forms of psychology, and the ego-driven endeavor of learning about ourselves is sometimes vital to our personal growth and adaptation in social settings.
The Enneagram is a more controversial personal typing system that often adheres to more negative and problematic viewpoints of nine distinct personality types. With this said, I created an illustrative graph that likened each of the nine types most negative aspects to common animal tropes — a common method of making personality typology more accessible.
The result was a colorful circular graph (as ennea types are represented) that describes each type and likens them to an animal trope.