Look-alike display mannequins

We make look-alike mannequins of existing and historical persons. We base our design on photos and paintings. The life-size display figures are very similar, but a 100% similarity based on images alone is unlikely. In the right decor and with the right attributes it becomes clear to every spectator who is meant. Fun fact: Even the celebrities sometimes lose their own look-alike contest. According to wikipedia, Dolly Parton has lost a ‘Dolly Parton Look-Alike Contest’.

How we make a look-alike display mannequin head

We offer various options for look-alike heads, each with its own price tag. With all options you will be involved in the process and we will proceed to the next step after your agreement.

Modifying an existing head

• Based on images we select a head as close as possible;
• New highly realistic airbrush painting;
• Applying specific features;
• Applying (facial) hair.

Making a new head

• Based on images we make a clay model;
• Based on the clay model we make a mold;
• The head is made from the mold. It is possible to make multiple identical pieces;
• Highly realistic airbrush painting;
• Applying (facial) hair.

Anne Frank look-alike display head

Image requirements

We make look-alike heads in collaboration with the client. We depend on your images for the best results:

  • The images may consist of photographs or pictures of paintings and drawings;
  • Provide as many images as possible from one time period, people change over the years;
  • The more angles someone is portrayed from, the better;
  • Choose one main image. This is the base for the clay head. The rest of the images are supportive;
  • If there is any uncertainty about the color of eyes and hair, please indicate which colors you prefer.

Winston Churchill look-alike display head





Josephine Baker




Carol II of Romania


Snow White

Thomas Mann

Marilyn Monroe

Barack Obama

Jack Sparrow

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