Jolanta & Katarzyna Jaworska are twins from Warsaw, Poland. Unsatisfied with the dolls already available on the market, they decided to create their own. They began with Euria, an anthropomorphized equine, learning as they went along. Though neither had a background in art, their designs flare with precision, delicacy, and life.
With their second project, Skene, they wanted a lithe, exaggerated female form with extra flexibility.
Part of their solution was a double-jointed hip, allowing a very feminine hip-cocked stance.
Szarlotka (Polish for “apple pie”) was intended to be a light-hearted doll. Though charming, I find this bunny still has a bit of edge.
See more of their beautiful work at their site, Buried in Oblivion.
The Pyramid Collection has gorgeous fantasy clothes–most in plus sizes–and accessories. It’s a lot of fun to browse by theme. I was looking at the menu, and noticed the Personal section. What could be there?
Well, personal stuff. Like this sugar-skull massager. For those who like everything to be goth.
I love tattoos, bats, and lace separately, so it’s only natural I like them together. Here’s a relatively simple underboob design by Jamie Sawyer.
Will Koffman inks knees that please.
Minka Slicklinger takes a more realistic approach.
Teresa Sharpe blows my batty mind.