Sunday, March 9, 2014

Greenfield artist debuted into line of dolls along with realistic proportions

There is a new change in world the world of dolls. This is not a usual change. It not just an addition to the existing dolls. This change is with a hope in improvement of women health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the Pittsburgh artist Nickolay Lamm has created very new “Lammily” right, the use of healthy body measurements for a 19-year old girl. This is a three-dimensional computer generated image that was created last year.

This is the new fashion doll called Lammily that is based on image is about to make her presentation in the real world. Mr. Lamm, presented a healthy version of the doll, “I'm just a normal dude, sitting on the couch with his laptop, thinking dolls could look better if they had more typical proportions, like what you'd see around you," "I wanted this to be a healthy alternative, and she looks like a healthy, beautiful girl.”

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