Meet the creator behind these hyperrealistic baby dolls and science fiction creatures

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The devil is not always in the details. Even if you look closely at one of Cristina Jobs’ babies, you’ll find it hard to tell that it is made out of silicone. It cries and wants a dummy, needs a nappy change after being fed and has a chest that rises and falls with each breath. “It’s those details that the eye can hardly perceive, like capillaries, the veins, that tell us that it is something that has life,” says the Spanish hyperrealistic sculptor and creator of the brand Babyclon when she welcomes Euronews Culture into her studio in Deltebre, northeastern Spain. When Cristina started out she…

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