Sorajama's latest creations, a series of paintings which he called gynoids, brought him to mainstream attention.
With these pictures, Hajime openly explored and expressed the beauty of the female form within the context of androids whose sole purpose consisted of looking sexy and providing pleasure, assuming that a prototype were ever constructed. After all, androids can only be defined as machines, constructs designed to serve people, except for the fact that androids happen to resemble humans. Some critics felt that this represented a highly offensive vision which clearly fetishizes (as Noah would say) the female form and restates the historically infamous viewpoint that the function of a female should be to look good and to provide pleasure. Others disagreed. Sorajama, they claimed, did not impose a function on beauty, rather, he added beauty to a function. Rather than making a statement about women, they offered, Sorajama simply explored a new twist on an old genre - not belle nature but efficient functionality. After all, aesthetic beauty was to the Renaissance what efficiency is to the Information Age.