Hajime Sorayama is a Japanese illustrator known for his erotic portrayals of feminized cyborgs.

Hajime Sorayama is best recognized by the futuristic female figures he creates using an airbrush technique that often involves detailed colors and high gloss finishes, which are featured in many magazines including Playboy Magazine as well as galleries around the world. However this isn't what has made him famous; it's all about those sexy robotic ladies!

Monroe is a sculpture of the American actress Marilyn Monroe, created by Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama. The statue depicts her in her famous pose from "The Seven Year Itch." In 1955, Hollywood photographer Billy Wilder asked Sorayama to create his idea for a perfect woman and this was what he came up with.

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