I mostly focus on original one-of-a-kind dolls on this blog, but lately I’ve developed a love for Asian Ball-Jointed Dolls, so I want to share with you one of my favorite sites.
Fairyland dolls are beautiful and fantastically posable, but lately they’ve come out with some absolutely gorgeous fullsets (fullset dolls come with costumes, special paint [...]
Happy New Year!
This was too cute not to share. I love Kassel’s quirky subjects and the old-fashioned illustration sort of vibe they give off. They seem to be made of polymer clay and then painted, but the paint scheme is interesting; it’s over-highlighted, giving the effect of a washed-out vintage photograph, or an illustration in [...]
Salley Mavor is coming out with a new book. I just can’t get enough of her beautiful high-relief stumpwork embroidery. Don’t you want to try some of this in polymer clay?
via Mimi Kirchner
I’ve previously discussed the question of what, exactly, is a doll, and I’ve shown you an artist who is definitely making dolls, and an artist who is definitely making figurines. So today I’m going to showcase an artist who blurs the lines. Forest Rogers’ work is made entirely of hard media (generally polymer clay, although [...]
The exact definition of a “doll” is a topic of continuing interest to me, and one that will probably crop up in this blog from time to time. Today’s artist can be found both on Flickr and on her own web page, and on the Flickr site her significant other, Chad Isley, responds to a [...]