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.
Lamm is best known for his work which realistically depicts human bodies, an undertaking he calls the Body Measurement Project. 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.
- "'Normal Barbie' Crowdfunding Campaign Could Bring Gorgeous, Realistic Dolls To A Kid Near You". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 10 May 2014.
- Lecher, Colin (30 July 2013). "Here's What Wi-Fi Might Look Like If We Could See It". Popular Science. Retrieved 10 May 2014.
- 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.
- Matthews, Natalie. "Meet Nickolay Lamm - Barbies, Lammily". Elle. Retrieved 10 May 2014.
- Lee, Jolie (7 March 2014). "Watch out Barbie: Average body Lammily doll is coming". USA Today. Retrieved 8 March 2014.
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