Most movie collectible dolls have faces that are just kind of decent at best. Artist Noel Cruz takes these bland plastic faces and turns them into stunning works of art by delicately repainting the faces until they’re damn near identical to the actors in the movie.
You’ve got a Mac Pro, a Mac Book Pro, an iPod, iPad, iPhone and the Steve Jobs biography. Why not add the final touch to your iCollection with this realistic Steve Jobs action figure from in Icons. The doll has a black turtleneck, New Balance shoes, jeans and a mini iPhone.
I guess it takes all types, but the mere existence of these bizarre Joker baby dolls makes me wonder if there’s some sort of crossover between what might appear to be two very different markets— people who collect baby dolls and people who collect Dark Knight toys.
There’s a number different companies out there right now that will make a doll or action figure in your likeness, but the dolls they churn out generally suck and only look anything like you if you’re shitfaced drunk looking down a 50 foot dark hallway. But The Clone Factory goes further by printing out your head in 3D and painting it in one stroke to make a perfect replica of your head on a skinny little Barbie doll. KILL IT.
I don’t know exactly why these fucking Harry Potter themed dolls exist, but they do, and they’re the work of Tracy Ann Lister. She’s selling them on eBay… I guess she thinks they’re cute or something, but even the ones that are supposed to be cute are anything but. And ESPECIALLY baby Voldemort up there.