Kids play with dolls, doing things like dolling them up, do their hair, making them go to date with Ken and whatnot. Those things are absolutely normal. What is NOT normal is this: taking out organs from inside the dolls. Wait, what? Is that for real??? Well, almost. It didn’t materialized, but these bizarre take of dolls was an attempt by a mom in UK who thought it was a brilliant idea to give dolls internal organs, in hope that kids can learn about human anatomy. Continue reading Dolls With Guts Spilling Out: Educational Or Simply Grotesque?
You know how you can make yourself into a superhero or Stormtrooper in action figure proportion? But what if you are not a fan of either? Or 3 inches just don’t speak volume about the mighty you? Well, here’s the solution: a 25-inch inflatable figure of yourself, or whoever you want, really. Called 25INCH.me, the Italian company lets you create a 25-inch tall inflatable doll (hence the name 25INCH.me) with custom image of your face, or anyone of your choosing. Continue reading You Can Now Buy A 25-inch Tall Inflatable Doll Of Yourself
You know is it with stock action figures and dolls. They hardly resembles the person they took after. I don’t want to question why manufacturers of these expensive collectibles can’t get the facial features right. But hey, that’s probably a good thing because it leaves a void for exceedingly talented repaint artist like Philippine-born, US-based Noel Cruz a chance to unleash his talents and thus doing justice to the celebrities who the action figures/dolls took the image. How else would you turn ugly Emma Watson doll from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast into like what she supposed to be right? The works of Noel Cruz need no advertisement. The results speak for themselves. Continue reading Artist Turns Regular Dolls Into Mind-blowing Hyperrealistic Figures
Marc Jacobs “Muscle Man Marc” Doll | US$125.00 | www.marcjacobs.com
what do fashion designer Marc Jacobs have in common with the popular animated series, South Park? probably nothing before last November when he cameo as Eric Cartman’s “Muscle Man Marc” doll in a imaginary tea party that Cartman threw. for fans of both South Park and Marc Jacobs, here is a piece of good news: Marc Jacobs has teamed up with South Park to release a limited edition 12-inch “Muscle Man Marc” doll, which you can purchase for $125 each. limited to just 500 pieces, the “Muscle Man Marc” doll went on sale on the June 14th through Marc Jacobs Store worldwide, as well as Marc Jacobs online store. Continue reading Marc Jacobs “Muscle Man Marc” Doll