Dangerous women, reaching for the stars… they were some of my earliest pindolls from one basic concept. I made them in 1998 and 1999.
My concept was this: Work with a simple, triangular design. Create dolls that could be pinned to a curtain, or — for courageous people — worn on a lapel.
These are from the first batch of dolls. Only three were made.
(That image is from my scanner. Back then — before digital cameras were popular or even very practical — I scanned everything.)
Each doll is about 6 inches tall. I made them for a swap. If you own one of them, let me know! I’d love to know where they live now.
Above is a close-up of one of them. The other two had already escaped into their own fantasy world, and are probably plotting dangerously creative adventures.
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