Russian Photographer Imagines What If Barbie And Ken Were Slavs? – Design You Trust

Russian Photographer Imagines What If Barbie And Ken Were Slavs?

What if your favorite toys where marketed and depicted as if they’re out of somewhere else? Like, imagine if Barbie and Ken were out of Eastern Europe (Slavic part mostly).

Photographer Lara Vychuzhanina from Yekaterinburg recreated scenes from Soviet life but also known to all Slavs thanks to rural elements in her scenes, using the Barbie and Ken dolls as the main characters.

More info: VK (h/t: slavforum)








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