Sex doll art or blow up doll art is made by people who like to assemble sculptures using various pieces cut apart from a blow up doll. Famous artists have created consecutive successful sets of art showcases composed of sculptures made by sewing and gluing pieces of blow up dolls together.
Blow up doll art can be adapted to form the appearance of a latex blow up doll as a complete human figure. You may find some people dressing up to give the appearance of a blow up doll.
Some recent blow up doll art which is titled “sex ball” and ‘tit ball’ are among these titles can be found at local art galleries. Some blow up doll artwork making mainstream news is created by a Dutch artist by the name of Sander Reijers.
This artist has reused inflatable sex dolls to recreate some amazing sculptures and bizarre clothing items such as waterproof hoodies, tracksuit tops, breasts and other pieces.
He has noted the following about his artwork.
These dolls are so ugly and vulgar that turning them into something beautiful has become a challenge for me. The doll is a means to convey something else… it’s near-incomprehensible that people could have sex with something as ugly and lifeless as a blow-up doll. However much air you pump into it, it remains an object that can’t reciprocate the feelings of lust…
You can follow the artist from his twitter profile – https://twitter.com/sanderreijgers
Another artist by the name of Sturtevant has created a friendly blow up doll feature in a local art gallery.
The Tate modern museum in London has also been known to showcase some blow up doll art by featured artists.
Kate Moss and Artist Sam Taylor Wood gets up close and personal with a blow up doll in her portrait
Another famous form of blow up doll art is exacerbated by an unknown local celebrity in London who goes by the name of Pandemonia.
His blow up doll presence in human form has world renowned success around art openings and social events.
The creation and alter-ego is come to fruition by a British artist. You will find him seated in the front row of major shows at the London Fashion week.
To this day Pandemonia is an art fashion world mystery.
You may find her out in public dressed all in latex couture, wearing a doll mask over her face, and sometimes in the company of a white blow up dog, “Snowy”.