Baby Got Back: Clothes Made From Sex Dolls

Forget packing a rain mac for your next trip out in the British weather, try wearing a sex doll instead!

Dutch artist, Sander Reijgers hacked up 50 different blow-up sex dolls and fused them with existing tracksuits, using heads, breasts and other pieces to create a modern twist on this retro pleasure product.

After Reijgers received the dolls from a sponsor, he saw more than just a sex toy, he saw an artistic challenge, saying:

“These dolls are so ugly and vulgar that turning them into something beautiful has become a challenge for me. The doll is a means to convey something else… it’s near-incomprehensible that people could have sex with something as ugly and lifeless as a blow-up doll. However much air you pump into it, it remains an object that can’t reciprocate the feelings of lust…”

Reijgers turned the original use of these dolls on its head, changing the way someone relates to the product:

“The idea of doing something with blow-up dolls came to me after reading ‘The Malady of Death’ by Marguerite Duras. The main character of this novel is incapable of feelings for people, so he hires a woman hoping that sex with this woman will allow him to feel. I do the exact opposite with my work: I remove the sexual function of the dolls by turning them into a jacket or a bag. In this way, the doll can ‘feel’ by performing a normal day-to-day task, rather than through sex…”

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