“Normal Barbie” Has The Realistic Body Proportions Of A 19-Year-Old, Acne, Cellulite And Stretch Marks

Published 9 years ago

Digital artist and designer Nickolay Lamm once asked himself, “What if fashion dolls were made using standard human body proportions?” That’s why he created Lammily the “Normal Barbie,” which completely contradicts the classical Barbie doll. She has the realistic proportions of an average American 19-year old girl and all of the beautiful perfections and imperfections of a typical young woman.

The “Normal Barbie” pack, the first exclusive edition of which is already available (see the links below), features a collection of stickers that include tattoos, cellulite, scratches, stretch marks, acne, mosquito bites, and other things that most real people actually get over the course of their lives. This encourages young girls and boys to love who they are and avoid unrealistic beauty expectations.

When asked by Huffpost about his inspiration, he replied: “Barbie is a very iconic figure, so I figured it would be very fitting to create an average Barbie. And I also wanted to show that average is beautiful and that we shouldn’t compare ourselves to unrealistic beauty standards. And I feel Barbie kind of symbolizes that.

Don’t miss the video below of 2nd graders’ reactions upon seeing Lammily for the first time – they simply fell in love with her!

More info: lamily.com | nickolaylamm.com (h/t: huffpost)

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Lammily is the “Normal Barbie,” with the body proportions of a 19-year-old


Just like a real girl, she can get acne, bruises, and other body marks which are included in Lammily’s sticker pack


Lammily with stretch marks stickers on her belly


“Normal Barbie” with a cellulite sticker on her legs.


Lammily loves sports, but gets some bruises sometimes, just like a real person


Lammily encourages young girls to love their bodies no matter what they are or what they will be in the future


Lammily Barbie with freckles sticker on her cheeks.


Lammily features flexible limbs, realistic fingers and toes, and feet that stand solidly on the ground, allowing kids to get her involved in sporty activities more than they could with a classical Barbie doll


Lammily with tattoo stickers


“Normal Barbie” with her arm in a cast – yes, people can get hurt


Lammily blushes when found eating all the cookies



Pack of Lammily Marks


A comparison of a traditional Barbie doll on the left and the first model of Lamm’s realistically proportioned doll on the right


Watch the beautiful reactions of 2nd-graders who met Lammily for the first time:

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