Japanese DJ who went viral for his creepy flesh-like accessories is now selling his creations to fans


Japanese DJ who became famous for his strangely human-like accessories in 2019 is now making them available to his fans.

Masataka Shishido is also known as DJ Doooo. Attracted online attention He then displayed his lifelike accessories which resemble severed fingers, jaws, and skin.

In the beginning almost everyone felt it was gross,” Shishido, 36, told Reuters. “Once people learned that it’s an artwork with some specific function, they started saying that it’s cute and interesting.”

Although Shishido had previously stated that he was not selling his creations as such, the artist has told Reuters that he is now accepting orders from fans.

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According to the report, Shishido’s severe d finger USBs and ink stamps are priced at around 150,000 yen (approximately $1,142), while a blinking eye pendant like the one he wears around his own neck costs around 580,000 yen (approximately $4,414).

Shihido says that he can make a personalized accessory for those who want it.

Customers can even have a piece of their own body reconstructed into an accessory.

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Reuters reported that Shishido had designed more than 30 accessories.

The Japanese DJ’s viral creations also made an appearance overseas when American rapper Lil Yachty showcased Shishido’s blinking eyeball pendant in a video uploaded to his social media in 2021.

Shihido explained that the creation process begins with a hand-drawn design.

The printout is then sent to Amazing Studio JUR in Tokyo where the accessory will be made using silicon. It can take as long as two months to create the accessory.