Baby Suit

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24 Responses:

  1. rzrxtion says:

    oh my dog that is so fuct.up!!!

    i can't stop looking at it!

  2. WANT ONE. Commissioning Sara.

  3. agentcooper says:

    Words fail me.

    If only there were video of him in motion!

  4. g_na says:


    Looking at it reminds me of the Clive Barker short story In the Hills, the Cities, where residents of a small town lash themselves together to create a huge meta-person.

  5. dossy says:

    Holy shit, <lj user="jwz">, where and how do you find this shit? Is there some Carnival of Crazy Shit you're subscribed to or something?

  6. ultranurd says:

    So the title of the piece, if I'm reading that page right, is "Baby Suit: Thinking Out Loud". What conversational opening allows someone to say "I wonder what it would be like to wear a suit made out of babies?"?

  7. 33mhz says:

    SPOILERS: That's not a suit. It's infants all the way down.

  8. psymbiotic says:


    Heh heh.


  9. peristaltor says:

    The irony, of course, is that it's just an elaborate suit for holding adult diapers.

  10. baconmonkey says:

    Katamari Babycy

  11. strspn says:

    I'm pleased that there are plenty of black babies. This seems significantly more racially sensitive than a suit made from just caucasian infants.

    • elanswer says:

      And look! Asian infants, as evidenced by them being the only ones with head hair! Which is black! So hah! Asians infants!

  12. lordshell says:

    Ia! Ia! Cthulhu ftagn!

    All hail Shib-niggurath! Black Goat of the Woods with a thousand young!

    I must congratulate you, dude. You find the most fucked-up images of anyone on the web.

  13. luserspaz says:

    Baby Force Voltron!

  14. phs says:

    Looks like a model test for Doom 4. (Except the guy would possibly be a clown then.)

  15. giles says:

    I think Lex Luthor's gone too far this time.

  16. philt68 says:

    just in case you're all wondering, the babysuit is part of am art project i'm working on, called 'hope and fear' about the external manifestation of cultural fears and desires...

    there are plenty more where this came from, believe me...

    phil toledano