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[The Guardian] Reborn – a photo essay by Didier Bizet
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Reborn – a photo essay by Didier Bizet

At a time of social distancing, inanimate companions may gain appeal. Having appeared in the United States in the 1990s, ‘reborns’ are highly collectable dolls that look astonishingly like newborn babies. Photographer Didier Bizet and writer Charlotte Vannier look back at the activities of the community of doll enthusiasts who value hyper-realism above all else

“Reborn” dolls are astonishingly lifelike versions of real newborn babies.

They first appeared in the United States in the 1990s, and are now the prize of a community of enthusiasts who value above all their extreme realism.

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