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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