Barbie Suicides – Design You Trust

Barbie Suicides

In her photo series called ‘Play Dead’, photographer Mariel Clayton shows us Barbie ‘committing suicide’ by cutting her wrist, suffocation, stabbing and shooting herself in the head.







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