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Michelle Barrow-Belisle's Clay Babies are Realistic

 - Aug 20, 2010   Updated: Jul 7 2011
References: twitter & behance.net
These amazing baby sculptures by Michelle Barrow-Belisle are eerily lifelike. The sculptures are made out of polymer clay and cloth and look extremely similar to real-life babies.

The babies have those scrunched-up baby looks, which make them even more realistic-looking. Michelle Barrow-Belisle definitely has got the baby look down pat. It must be pretty difficult to create something from scratch that resembles a human. She is one talented lady!

Implications - North American consumers idealize infants as they associate them with hope and the future. Corporations looking to evoke a similar pathos from their customers may consider utilizing images of infants and babies in their promotional campaigns.