Tag Archives: Doll Photography

Confession of Faith

Another perspective on recent discussions here on the perception of beauty, the projection of identity and the boundary between fantasy and reality.

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My Genetic Muse

This is my Aunt Natalie with two of her five hundred dolls. In addition to being an avid doll collecter, she’s also an accomplished folk artist who works in many  different mediums. Natalie was decades ahead of the mashup scene, cutting up and remixing comics with scissors and glue. I first started photographing dolls a […]

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Pictures Don’t Tell Stories

Anthropomorphism is the attribution of human characteristics to animal or non-living things, phenomena, material states and objects or abstract concepts. Wikipedia I’ve been having a lot of fun over the past few months with Polaroid MicroStories. Although work using physical world dolls, toys and actions figures may seem off-topic for someone focusing on virtual identity, […]

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