It puts the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again.

Skin Bag:

Material: synthetic human skin
Colour: available in all shades of human skin colour
Tatoo personalisation: name, sentence, logo
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17 Responses:

  1. dygel says:

    Finally, a retail product that gives poignant new meaning to the expression, "gets under my skin." I know what I want for Cristmas! (Not.)

  2. "Each SkinBbag is handmade on demand."

    Well if it's synth, I don't see the big deal with it being handmade.

  3. kingfox says:

    Gore + Chic = Very Chic

  4. lilamp says:

    i think this is the first time i've ever seen some wacky web thing _before_ jwz posted it here. for some reason this makes me feel good. obviously i should get out more.

    also, this totally squicked me out. man, the french!

  5. rantzilla says:

    According to the site, anyway. Which is actually disappointing.

    I was anticipating William Gibson inspired vats of genetically grown, harvested, and tanned human skin.

  6. kraquehaus says:

    I really want to get a hold of them to do my band's wardrobe. I mean, how can a band named Plastination NOT get human skin clothing?!

    I have a feeling that integrating some sort of wearable computing in with this would be ridiculously cool.

    • "Why bother with the surgery, he found himself thinking, while sweat coursed down his ribs, when you could just carry the thing around in your pocket?

  7. jette says:

    But Goulet claims it is simply psychological hang-ups that prevent the people who don't like this work have from wanting to wear streaky flayed " skin " around their bodies. " It is obvious they refuse a part of themselves, " he claims. " The softness of the bags evokes regression, the troubled, primary aspect we have. It's shapelessness does that too

    Yeah, hrm, if I was fully self-actualized, I'd think these cheesy latex Halloween costumes fash? I've never been so glad to be neurotic.

  8. badger says:

    I want the laptop case. But the cost!

  9. moof says:

    This reminds me of Nicola Constantino's work; she made clothing out of silicone with nipples and/or anuses sticking out all over.