What’s your favorite iteration of David Bowie? There’s been about a zillion of the: Thin White Duke, Ziggy Stardust. The “Ashes to Ashes” harlequin clown. That Weird Wizard/Goblin From “Labyrinth.” In any case, you can try out all of Bowie’s varied personalities via this awesome David Bowie Paper Doll drawing. Dress your Bowie up and take him out on the town — to the German cinema, or a hedonistic discoteque, or perhaps to an aristocrat’s lawn party (Thin White Duke loooooves that shit). Take your pick! (Larger image after the jump.) [This Isn't Happiness] Keep reading »
Now you can play with Hannah, Marnie and the rest of the gang — even when they’re not actually schlepping across your TV screen. These “Girls”-themed paper dolls come with all the characters’ necessary accoutrements — like Shoshanna’s abortion snacks, Hannah’s diary and Jessa’s pregnancy test. See one more after the jump and the rest at the link! [NYMag.com] Keep reading »
So we might be just a litttttle bit obsessed with “Downton Abbey,” but it appears we’re not the only ones. The folks over at New York magazine made a collection of “Downton Abbey” paper dolls, so that devoted fans can act out their “Downton” dreams like perfectly mature 6-year-old girls. Check out the rest of the astounding “Downton” collection after the jump.
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Illustrator Kyle Hinton creates paper dolls based on his favorite TV characters, and man does he have good taste. He’s paper-ized the cast of “Arrested Development” and “Breaking Bad” and now he’s tackling “Parks And Recreation”. This little Ron Swanson is so perfect, from his well-groomed mustache to the turkey leg accessory. Check out Kyle’s website to print him out. (Bonus: it’s free!) [Flannel Animal] Keep reading »
GQ, a men’s magazine (gay men’s magazine?), debuted it’s very own set of Lady Gaga paper dolls today. (scratches head quizzically) Wouldn’t it just be easier to wrap a slice of bacon around a Barbie doll and shake its head around in dust collecting at the bottom of your makeup bag? [GQ.Tumblr.com] Keep reading »
I really enjoyed playing with paper dolls when I was younger. Didn’t you? Well if not, you can make up for the lost opportunity with today’s more fashionable paper dolls. London-based artist I Love Mel has created Kate Moss and Agyness Deyn paper dolls that are sure to recapture your childhood, if you dare to open the packaging. Each of the dolls comes with fashions that the supermodels would actually wear — flannel for Agy and stripes and vests for Kate. If you’d like to take more creative license, there’s also the Colour Me Good Kate Moss coloring book. See the Agyness paper doll after the jump [I Love Mel via Refinery 29] Keep reading »