Miniature Sculptures and Accessories by Longefellowes Designs
Characters in Miniature by Colvin Dolls
My earliest memories of dolls was the Ideal Toys Crissy doll whose hair grew when you gave it a tug and retracted when you pushed a button in the back. She was all dressed in orange! And Mattel‘s Dancerina Ballerina all dressed in pink with a plastic crown that you pushed to make her spin! Not miniatures of course.
My earliest memories of miniatures were dollhouses from that same era and the occasional clothespin dolls we made in Girl Scouts.
Miniature Figurines in the Photography of Chris Buck
Where did the idea for the Likeness series stem from? Tell us a bit about your 3D-printed self.
A friend in mine had mentioned a pop-up shop in Chelsea Market offered 3D-printed figures. I went by the DOOB™ booth to check it out and was very impressed with the 3D-printed work on display. The examples had great detail and were solid replicas of the team working that day. I returned to the neighborhood and pursued my own 3D-printed self.
Miniature Knitwear by Althea Crome
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How did you get into miniature knitting?
In 1998, I had my second “batch” of children. Augie (my first) was born in 1994, and then I had triplets in 1998! Two years later, in 2000, I built them all a dollhouse. I used to make knitwear for my children when they were babies. I would make gloves and baby booties, but always craved a bigger challenge. At that time, I was always using patterns by other people because I was intimidated to design my own work.