Selfie Dolls: Hungarian toy making company offering clients chance to make a doll from a selfie photo

IF research reveals men who take selfies are more likely to possess psychopathic tendencies, what does it mean if you get a doll made in your selfies likeness?

The scary thing is this concept isn’t a hypothetical scenario.

An example of the Selfie Doll taken from Mahinarium's Facebook.

An example of the Selfie Doll taken from Mahinarium’s Facebook. Source: Facebook

Hungarian toy making company Mahinarium is now offering clients the chance to eternalise their selfies in the form of a plush doll.

The company’s website says, “the look-alike Selfie Dolls are made after real people, with keeping the characteristics of a doll as well”.

To get a doll made, clients have to send the company a couple of selfies along with a few sentences describing themselves.
This will allow the doll to mirror them as much as possible.

Mahinarium then send a raw concept of the doll to their email and if they are happy, they will have the 30cm doll sent to them in eight weeks.

For an additional cost, clients can have trademark items or pets handcrafted and shipped with the finished product.

The Selfie Dolls start from $95 which is a small price to pay for any narcissist.