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These 3D-printed nude selfies prove size doesn’t matter

For those who love themselves so much that a normal selfie just will not suffice, there exists the Nudee.

Firebox is now selling nude 3D selfie statues that are fashioned after your own flesh.

Known as Nudees, the scantily clad figurines are sculpted based on photos provided by you, courtesy of a 3D printer.

And they’re tagged under “gifts”, because who wouldn’t want a sagging, nude miniature sitting on their office desk?

“With Nudees, you can confidently show off your classy curves, your massive muscles, or your thin thighs without having to undo a button,” writes Firefox.


“Whether it’s of you, your crush, or your boss, it’s the ultimate narcissist’s desk accessory to finally prove that size doesn’t matter.”

There are three body types available – curvy, muscular, and slim – plus two genders, totalling six figurine options.

Beyond that, the bodies aren’t customisable. But your face can be mapped if you’re willing to provide two high-resolution photos of your mug, one from the front and one from the side.


There are a few caveats. First, this is “not a toy” – as if we needed to be told. Don’t give naked statues to kids, folks.

Second, the Nudee isn’t water-resistant, so Firebox offers the following advice: “Please avoid washing, sucking, taking them out in the rain, or making them swim in the bath.”

And third, Nudee’s don’t support spectacles, because they’re “just too tiny”.


So how much will a Nudee set you back? Well a single figurine, which stands 20cm tall, will cost you £149.99 – delivery is included.

But that’s a small price to pay for erotic immortality…

Have you already ordered your Nudee? Tell us who the (un)lucky recipient of your saucy statue will be in the comments below.

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