Normal-Looking Barbie Promotes Realistic Beauty Standards

Normal-Looking Barbie Promotes Realistic Beauty Standards
Innovation

Nickolay Lamm crowdfunds a new toy doll that looks like an actual woman.

Ross Brooks
  • 6 march 2014

There has already been an online petition for plus-size versions of Barbie, but artist Nikolay Lamm has gone one step further and launched a crowdfunding campaign to create a Barbie doll that offers a realistic interpretation of women. Lammily is the real-world alternative to Barbie, a doll that is shorter, more curvaceous, and wears minimal makeup – all inline with the project’s tagline of “average is beautiful.”

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