Artist Turns Plain Baby Corrective Helmets Into Eye-Catching Designs

Plagiocephaly, or flat head syndrome, results in babies with flat or misshapen heads. It’s thought to be attributed to the babies sleeping in one position too much, causing a flat spot to appear. Other factors include forceps or vacuum delivery, or restricted movement in the uterus.

Paula Strawn of Lazardo Art paints magnificent pictures that adorn these corrective helmets. She helps turn them from boring, white helmets into works of art. Her drawings range from Dr. Seuss to the famous book, Where the Wild Things Are.

Paula’s designs help these babies so much. Share these photos to support her work.

Source: Lazardo Art