susie says

Certain people who are sensitive to such things can see that toys and dolls have little souls in them. They may be born from a cold mechanical assembly line and made from plastic but each doll is bequeathed a life essence special to them. Gina Garan is one who can see the souls of dolls and she beautifully captures them on film. [mark ryden]

this book fresh off the press - it’s a delight, needless to say - can she do for “susie sad eyes” what she did for blythe? - never underestimate the irrepressible gina garan! - hope i’m not giving away a big secret but there is already a possibility of new susie dolls hitting the shelves! - yay! - tho part of the charm of these dolls (for me) is the junkie-esque green shadows under their eyes (from defective old plastic) - i collected around a dozen and stopped after getting a relatively pristine condition one (pic at bottom) and prices were starting to jump up - don’t have a black one (”soul sister”), sulk! - these tended to all have terrible bird’s nest hair and badly chewed fingers - i see there’s one on ebay right now however, apparently unabused in her (crumpled) box, for a cool $300, eek! - so a newly manufactured soul sister would make me very happy

susie says
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Authors: trevor brown

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