Our favorite hipster doll is back. C’mon, you know you missed her 🙂
This time she poses in front of an interesting piece of graffiti in the form of a fish. It completely follows the geometric form I use when attempting to depict fish, which have a long history of symbolism for me (along with cats). I thought this particular piece was perfectly scaled for our doll.
Fantastic contrast with background.
I think I need new glasses it took me some time to see the fish, because I admired the cute doll, lol !
Big head Barbie, or Brunette Brittany? Some little girl is probably missing her dolly, or maybe she planned it that way 😉 Happy New Year, I bet Luna would looks just as good in red Ho ho ho…
I agree with Indrani. Great shot!
So fun! Love this! Happy WW!
She’s got some attitude on her!
Fun and colorful! Cool that you found that fish.
Pretty in purple! Happy WW 🙂
Great pic – love the color!
That is quite a picture. Love all the colors. You find the most interesting things to take pictures of, that is for sure.Good one. Happy Holidays to you.
very good pic…and rather weird.
i’ve missed her! cute pic. I love when u use her bc of the scale of images / structures around her. Here she seems to be on here element!
Thanks for stopping by! to asnwer your question, its a pic of wooden ornaments from my childhood! ( no change in coloring via instagram).
Not only perfectly scaled, but fashionably in tune, too! The turquoise really goes well with the pink in her hair!!! Did indeed miss her; always enjoy when you feature her!
Plastic meets reality–and turns her back. Love this shot.
Please feel free to repost the pictures of Truffle and Brulee with the digital keyboard.
This reminds «Louis» of the new Barbie doll that was introduced as a result of Obamanomics: Minimum Wage Barbie.
We DID miss her. What a great shot … she strikes quite the contrast to that rusty background!
Amar and Luna, we hope you’re both having a wonderful Chanukah. 🙂
As a little girl, I posed my dolls with their living room furniture, and I expected people to wonder who the strangers were when the film was eventually developed.
Of course, the photo came out looking just like dolls, not people… and I was SO disappointed.
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