American Culture

A doll house

Childhood is a complex thing. Depictions and memories of childhood … even moreso.

I’ve been working on this series for two or three weeks now. In doing so I’ve thought about the sheer wonder of childhood, of its innocence and beauty, but also its darker side, so prone to exploitation and horror.

I’m following where imagination leads.

vintage dolls - Runaways

Runaways

vintage dolls - Curiosities

Curiosities

vintage dolls - Starry-Eyes-grunge

Starry Eyes – alternate

vintage dolls - Baby-Teeth

Baby Teeth

vintage dolls - Want

Want

vintage dolls - Shadow

Shadow

vintage dolls - Little-Master

Little Master

vintage dolls - Secret-Garden

Secret Garden

vintage dolls - Phantom-Bride

Phantom Bride

vintage dolls - Monstrous-Regiment

Monstrous Regiment

vintage dolls - Miss-Tatters

Little Miss Tatters

vintage dolls - Child Bride

Child Bride

vintage dolls - Glass-of-Absinthe

Absinthe

vintage dolls - Big-Siste

Big Sister

vintage dolls - Visions

Visions

vintage dolls - Twinkleball

Twinkleball

vintage dolls - Sugar-and-Spice

Sugar & Spice

vintage dolls - Starry-Eyes

Starry Eyes

vintage dolls - Sapphires-and-Lace

Sapphires & Lace

vintage dolls - Porcelain

Porcelain

vintage dolls - Neon

Neon

vintage dolls - Hexenhaus

Das Hexenhaus

vintage dolls - Hexenhaus

Das Hexenhaus – alternate

vintage dolls - Enfant-du-Monde

L’enfant du Monde

vintage dolls - Abandon

Abandon

vintage dolls - 1918

1918

vintage dolls - Window Shopper

Window Shopper

 

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