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When Japanese manufacturer ekoD Works set out to make products with “humorous art & design,” they went all out. Take a look at the company’s highly unique offerings for kids:
Retailing for 4,400 JPY, it’ll cost you close to $41 USD to order a romper (not including shipping) if your heart so desires.
It seems a bit of the company’s product description may be getting lost in translation. EkoD Works has this to say about their unusual line, which Kidspot recently turned up:
“This baby acts strange sometimes… maybe some animal is impersonating him/her.”
ekoD Works is embodying this fancy with orginal delusion mapping technology. It’s pretending so cleverly…except the buttock and tail. This is a baby romper based on such a charming idea.
So I’m thinking it’s an animal pretending to be a baby but they forgot to morph the butt and tail into their disguise? Can’t say I’ve ever seen anything quite like them before, that’s fur sure.
On the plus side, I find these butt crack baby suits to be rather well done. I really don’t imagine I could see a little one toddling around with a faux behind hanging out and not laugh — but then again, they are odd. Although I can see they’re funny, I don’t know that I’d actually want my child wearing one.
How about you?
What do you think of these butt crack baby clothing designs?
Photos: ekoD Works
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