Nickolay Lamm

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Nickolay Lamm is a graphic artist and researcher. His work is regularly featured in The Huffington Post.[1] Articles based on his work have also appeared in The Atlantic and the Los Angeles Times.

Lamm's work most frequently involves speculative illustration, such as renditions of possible hybrid animals in the Arctic (based upon an article in Nature), or an attempt to visualize Wi-Fi signals.[2]

Lamm is best known for his work which realistically depicts human bodies, an undertaking he calls the Body Measurement Project.[3] From this project came his idea for "Lammily", a doll that purports to provide a more realistic body image for young girls than does Barbie.[4][5]

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  1. ^ "'Normal Barbie' Crowdfunding Campaign Could Bring Gorgeous, Realistic Dolls To A Kid Near You". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 10 May 2014.
  2. ^ Lecher, Colin (30 July 2013). "Here's What Wi-Fi Might Look Like If We Could See It". Popular Science. Retrieved 10 May 2014.
  3. ^ London, Bianca (2 July 2013). "Artist Nikolay Lamm has shown what Barbie would look like with the measurements of a 'normal' 19-year-old woman". Mail Online. Retrieved 10 May 2014.
  4. ^ Matthews, Natalie. "Meet Nickolay Lamm - Barbies, Lammily". Elle. Retrieved 10 May 2014.
  5. ^ Lee, Jolie (7 March 2014). "Watch out Barbie: Average body Lammily doll is coming". USA Today. Retrieved 8 March 2014.

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