Veronika Lozovaya is an amazing doll artist born in Russia, based in Washington USA. Her unique style is described as Gothic. The artist shows the beauty of sadness and destruction in her works.
I invite you to discover the story of Veronika and the world of Dark Alley Cats.
Porcelain doll (or so-called bisque doll) is a doll that is wholly or partially made out of bisque porcelain, a type of porcelain that is unglazed and matte. Bisque dolls were the most popular from 1860 to 1900 in France and Germany and became fashionable Read More
Matryoshka doll is Russian wooden nesting or nested doll made of wood. It consists of a set of similar doll that all fit into each other from the biggest to the smallest and that can be separated horizontally in half. Read More
A doll is a figure of a human being (or sometimes of an animal) used most often as a children’s toy, in magic and religious rituals. There are documents that prove that dolls were use in Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome. Read More
Hi , today I want to present to you an artist from Russia, Nastya Zhuravleva aka Charlie Toys. She makes amazing colourful creatures. She loves fairy tales Read More
Hello everybody. Today I’d like to introduce you to Dmitryi Polyakov, an amazing artist who makes unique jewelry, full of colours and details. Read More
Fabric is a wonderful way to add colour, texture, and interest to your home and your wardrobe. Textile crafts embrace a wide range of diverse disciplines, from dyeing and decorating to stitching Read More
Peg wooden dolls also known as Dutch dolls are a type of wooden doll from Germany and the Netherlands. They originated as simple lathe turned dolls from the Val Gardena in the Alps. These dolls were sold undressed. Young girls would then make their clothing from scraps of fabric. Read More
An apple doll is a North American cultural phenomenon where the doll’s head is made from dried apples. The apple is peeled, then carved with the facial features of the doll. Next the apple is left to dry for several days or weeks. When completely dry Read More
Corn husk dolls have been made by Northeastern Native Americans probably since the beginnings of corn agriculture more than a thousand years ago. Brittle dried corn husks become soft if soaked in water and produce finished dolls sturdy enough Read More