34x25x36 – how mannequins are made

Craft & Design

Interesting look at how some mannequins are made and maybe more important, a look at why…

A documentary about mannequins, perfection, and religion. 34x25x36 is the 3rd segment in a project about physical perfection being made into a feature film – by Jess Epstein.

8 thoughts on “34x25x36 – how mannequins are made

  1. Erick says:

    I can not be the only one who finds this a bit creepy.

  2. japroach says:

    The dude in the black shirt with grey and white hair is so full of himself.

    “an image, that is actually more than what she is.”

    Does more in this sentence mean better? Really weird way of putting that if it does.

  3. kristina says:

    I prefer to call her… “Elaine”…

  4. Artist119 says:

    I really can look up to these guys or at least identify with them on an artistic level. The female form has been worshiped since time immemorial. We are trying to capture the essence of what that alure is. Its mysterious… so powerful. But its there. I’m a very ‘passionate artist’ and I’ve never seen a woman so happy as she is when she is naked. Its that vibe… so I think mannequins are an extension of that. I own several I keep on my flat… its trippy. They almost come to life…

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