Do you love dolls and enjoy making them? Well, today I have put together a fun bunch of books and supplies to spark your creativity and get you running and cutting.
This Craftside Giveaway includes the new book:
-Pair of Westcott Titanium Non-stick scissors
-Pink leopard scissor holster
-Dritz Tape measure
-Tulip Fabric markers in Neon
-13 cuts of fabric in an assortment of sizes, prints and colors.
More about the new Rockport book:
The Doll Scene features hundreds of custom-created dolls by the hands of some of the best artists worldwide using mainly original Blythe, Pullip, Ball Jointed Dolls, Dal, or Monster High dolls as “raw material” to generate their lovely and stunning characters. These dolls have an oversized head and large eyes that change colors!
Changing everything from the original serialized doll— hair, makeup, reshaping faces, adding new eyelashes, eyelids and clothing— the artists featured in The Doll Scene create some truly amazing figures.
Louis Bou (Barcelona) is a graphic designer, art director, editor, book author and photographer specializing in contemporary fashion, and the director of his own studio in Madrid, Spain. Working in the publishing world more than a decade from now, he is the author of more than 30 books about graphic design, photography, illustration, street art, toys and fashion. Some of his books have become real best sellers, such as We are Paper Toys!, Street Art: The spray Files, NYC-BCN: Street Art revolution, Street T, Windows of The World and Couture Hats, published by Harper Collins Design, selling together more than 100,000 copies worldwide. He has worked for some other publishing houses like GraphicSha and BNN in Japan, Pageone and Basheer Graphics in Asia, Monsa Publications, Loft Publications and Mao Mao in Europe, just to mention a few. In 2012 he decided to jump on his own career opening his own studio of photography and publishing Mista Studio by Louis Bou in Madrid, where he works for publishers and magazines worldwide. He also works as a photographer for models and actors agencies. Bou has also ventured himself into the world of video-clip filming and directing his first music video for the Spanish pop band called Alivem. He is now preparing his first feature film.
Contributors: Nanuka- Bilbao, Spain; Julien Martinez- Paris, France; Caramelaw- Singapore; Cookie Dolls- Madrid, Spain; Poison Girl’s Dolls- Spain; Clockwork Angel- The Netherlands; Enchanted Doll- Canada; Juan Albuerne- Gijón, Spain; Erregiro- Sevilla, Spain; Zombuki- Florida, US; Forgotten Hearts- Puerto Rico; Nerea Pozo- Spain; Cocomicchi- Spain; Sally’s Song Dolls- Barcelona, Spain; Irreal Doll- Sevilla, Spain; Shaiel- Poland; Juan Jacobo Vaz- México; Mapuca- Spain; Noel Cruz- US; Rougue Dolls- Spain; Citron Rogue- Paris, France; Nympheas Dolls- France; Pam Dolls- Spain; G.Baby Dolls- US; Freddy Tan- Singapore