Tuesday, November 20

Creepy Two Headed Dolls For The New Kids


Times are achanging and new generations need different toys, like these two headed dolls, a sort of monster that takes from Tim Burton's Corpse Bride, Betty Boop, Manga Films and Japanese terror movies like the Ring. The shop, a wonderful place to buy curious modern stuff like this is on Ali Bei street near Passeig de Sant Joan, if I am not in a mistake. It was closed at the moment I took the picture so I had to stick my lens through the bars of the rolling metallic doors. Carrer Ali Bei is becoming a zone of comic and freak stores. In fact I believe there is a shop called Freaks at Ali Bei 10 that may be the place to find the dolls. Please any fan or freak correct me if I am wrong.

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Blogger Kate said...

Surely no child would be interested in this kind of "doll"!! It must serve as a conversation piece for adults??

2:12 AM  
Anonymous Rock Kauser said...

Very unusual. Sort of a cross between Betty Boop and Tim Burton.

1:26 PM  
Blogger Carlos Lorenzo said...

You are right Kate. They are meant for adults but I suppose kids will be attracted soon the way things are going.
Thanks Rock for the remark.

8:57 PM  
Blogger Leighton Cooke said...

Two heads are better than one?

11:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ooo if you like the dolls, check out the work of Camile Rose Garcia. That's probably hers.

4:35 PM  
Blogger Carlos Lorenzo said...

-thanks Leighton.
-As to the anonymous comments. I have to thank your help. I visited the site and it is almost identical. I still say they have a Betty Boop kind of look with a sort of macabre touch. But now upon looking at her artwork, I see more subtles influences, smarter than my humble suggestions. I am going to investigate. Thanks so much my friend. Here is her site:

5:29 PM  
Blogger Poison said...


their plush and expensive but same theme

4:09 AM  
Blogger la_zen said...

I just called my favorite comic book shop, Meltdown (Los Angeles) - where I saw this doll a few weeks ago - and I was informed that the doll is Sadie and Katie, one of Camille Rose Garcia's many cool dolls. Her site doesn't have them on it, but a search will tell you plenty. Adios amgigas y amigos!

4:21 AM  

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