Maybe baby: Creepy, hyper-realistic infant masks turn heads

It’s certainly an effective way to attract attention.

So for people who enjoy getting a strong reaction out of other people, a series of hyper-realistic latex baby masks could be the items missing from your attention-seeking wardrobe.

Just check out this video for visual proof of the stir you and your family could cause just by walking down a busy city street:

And if that doesn’t sufficiently stir up the creepy factor, this video of grandma and giant, fussy baby playing at the park should finish the job:

It will certainly cost you a pretty penny, though. At $350 a pop, each mask is handmade and designed by Denver-based artist Landon Meier.

Meier, a talented sculptor who appears to be drawn to the macabre, crafts the masks out of extra thick latex and signs each one for authenticity.

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On his website, he offers three different baby head looks: Happy baby, Cry baby and Disgusted baby, a trio of expressions he managed to capture with admirable realism.

If adult babies are more your thing, he’s also created a brilliant latex Charlie Sheen mask.

Check out Meier’s Facebook page for more examples of his work.

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