I saw this recently and found it moving and interesting. The mannequins of the disabled figures seem more like works of art; visually striking, unique, creative, alive, daring and compelling. The "perfect" mannequins' figures by comparison seem mundane, expected, sterile, cold, safe, and utilitarian.

The models are radio host and film critic Alex Oberholzer, Miss Handicap 2010 Jasmine Rechsteiner, athlete Urs Kolly, actor Erwin Aljukić and blogger Nadja Schmid.

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Our physical imperfections make us all the more aware of how vulnerable the human condition really is. This video reminds me that the essence of an individual is really on the inside.

Thanks Gallup. 

This is quite beautiful!

Wonderful...

Rather lovely and thought provoking, will show it to my oldest daughter who has spina bifida

This mannequin was delivered to Macy's just in time or the holiday season

An Elephant Man mannequin is on the way to Jos. A Bank Suits as well. 

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