Shi Jinsong from Beijing designed these apocalyptic baby accessories on display at the "China- Contemporary Revival" exhibit at the Palazzo Reale in Italy.
The armored carriage belongs to Jinsong’s ‘Ne Zha’ series of incredibly unsafe baby products. A carriage protects and cradles the baby, betraying it’s darker, violent functionality as infantile weaponry. Or is it infantry weaponry?
The armored carriage comes with a sadistic cradle that invites ooh’s and aah’s over sleeping baby, but rejects too-close onlookers with a futuristic tommy gun. A sinister baby walker provides the perfect platform for bouncing, battling babies.
Warning: may cause a surge of ‘Rambo’ baby names.
Photo Credits: designboom
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