8.06.2012

Dollhouse


My final project in my drawing foundations class was to create an artist's book, and I decided to take my piece in an unconventional direction. The book I made is meant to look like a paper doll kit; one a little girl might play with. But the kit actually has a deeper meaning. The doll, who is supposed to be me, can dress up as different characters from movies and television or as real life celebrities. My paper dolls express how I admire these individuals' sense of style and how they each dress themselves in a distinct way. As a teenager, I feel like I'm still exploring my personal style, so the act of dressing up like different people can be fun. The last outfit in the book is one that I own and love to wear right now, maybe I do have my own distinctive style and just haven't realized it yet!



2 comments:

  1. This is so creative and fun! It makes me want to make my own paper doll and outfits!

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  2. How gorgeous, loving the Blair Waldorf outfit (:

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