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August 19, 2009


julie m

This book looks so cool. I must order it. And I must step up my search for more junk. I have a little but haven't been too motivated until I saw this book cover. I have always liked the O'Brien's work. I must head out to the thrift shops now.


These dolls are just fantasmagorical! That's a word of weird parts to match the dolls. Very inspirational.


Both these artists contributed to a mixed media book I did a few years ago. They are so talented! It's nice to see they have a title out now of their own.

Ruby Re-Usable

great review, great blog!

I am one of the artists honored to have a doll included in this book, and am inspired to keep on making more.

stay crafty <3!

Shelley D Schorsch


Thank you for posting my very first Dada doll, i made it at a workshop that i took a few years ago with Opie & Linda and they very graciously included it in their wonderful book. i have made many since then and consider my self a DADA Artist making all my art from stuff that most people throw away! Hopefully will get a website together that will feature my work soon! thanks and best, shelley

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