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Clothing Made From Blow-Up Dolls

September 9th, 2010 by Rose DesRochers · 6 Comments

Leave it to me to bring you something bizarre.

Introducing a new line of clothing designed by 32-year- old Utrecht-based designer, artist Sander Reijgers. Reijgers uses fashion and sex to make wearable works of art. In his collection titled ‘Mama Anders Design’, he uses parts of blow-up dolls as material to make clothing.

Mama Anders

Sander Reijgers says, “My work is not about recycling, because the dolls are new and not used.”

It is refreshing to know that he doesn’t recycle used blow-up dolls. That would be gross!

The jackets represent the present music (Hip Hop), brands, sex, and woman, says Reijgers. However, when it comes to his art- he wants us to form our own opinion. Reijgers says, “who am I to tell you what my work is about.”

So what’s your opinion on Sander Reijgers designs? Would you wear one? I’m really on the fence with this one. While bizarre, I think it is kind of cool. Certainly creative!

Check out Sander’s blowup doll art.

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6 responses so far ↓

  • LittleAnimation
    Wrote: Sep 10, 2010 at 10:59 am

    I would wear it if there were two faces on the front, kinda like breast plates, cuz that would make it meaningful for me. I can’t say I’m too impressed with his statement about “who am I to tell you what my work is about.”
    Well, you’re the ARTIST who created the work, duh. Take some responsibility here, dude.
    You know?


    Rose DesRochers Reply:

    I think he wants us to create our own meaning.

  • LisaF
    Wrote: Sep 10, 2010 at 11:08 am

    “Art” is very subjective and I suppose there are those who would wear this for whatever reason. I agree that it’s refreshing to know the dolls are not used. For me, the connotation associated with blow up dolls wouldn’t necessarily be positive, regardless of whether they are new or not. But, like I said, there will be a niche market that it appeals to. I’m not in that niche!


    Rose DesRochers Reply:

    Might look cool at Halloween. lol

  • Brian D. Hawkins
    Wrote: Sep 12, 2010 at 7:35 am

    The title is impossible to ignore. I can’t imagine anyone not clicking on: ‘Clothing Made From Blow-Up Dolls’.

    Once I got past the title, my first thought was ‘ridiculous’, only good for something like Halloween. My mind takes a second to open and while clicking through Sander’s site I actually think it’s pretty cool. It’s not a line of clothing, its art, but I could see a couple items there getting the attention of a clothing manufacturer. Especially as bold as the younger generation dresses now; in their quest to be different and to piss of mom and dad. lol Blow-up doll clothing could fill both goals.


    Rose DesRochers Reply:

    I applaud you for keeping an open mind. I think it’s pretty cool too.