Meet Shudu, the world's first digital supermodel

Shudu is a harbinger of the future of modeling, a digitally created and enhanced supermodel created by Cameron-James Wilson. "Digital influencers" like Shudu are already clogging up Instagram and Snapchat, where kids these days can't get enough of the more-human-than-human beauties.

Via Cosmopolitan:

Whether you've noticed it or not, computer-generated "digital influencers" have slowly been infiltrating your Instagram feed since April 2016, when Lil Miquela, a Brazilian-American "pop star" who wears Supreme and captions her images with social-justice hashtags like #BlackLivesMatter, posted her first photo. She now has 1.3 million followers.

The World’s First Digital Supermodel, Shudu. . . 📸 . . #3dart #daz3d #blackfrodolls

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I can't describe how grateful I am to @soulskybrand for sending me this beautiful t-shirt. I hope the picture does it justice ❤ thanks also for the touching letter, which I hope you don't mind me posting!! . . #3dart

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🌸 . . #digitalart #3d #clo3D #daz3d #thediigitals

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