This Artist Removes Make-Up From The Dolls To Give Them A More Realistic Look

Tired of the glamorous looks and the make-up of her daughter’s Bratz Dolls, a creative mom decided to remove the make-up of the dolls to make them look more like real little girls. The Australian Sonia Singh has launched Tree Change Dolls, which is about taking old and discarded toys and transform them before reselling them, creating an awesome recycling and upcycling project! Continue reading »

This Artist Removes The Make-Up From Dolls And Turns Them Into Inspiring Real-Life Women

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Recently, artist Wendy Tsao discovered the work of Sonya Singh, who removes the make-up from Bratz dolls to give them a more natural look. Tsao decided to take this idea further, coming up with the idea of taking dolls ’cleaned up’ by Singh and turning them into models of inspiring real-life women. Tsao’s idea here is influenced by the belief that toys like this can have a huge influence on the worldview of young children.

This has to be one of the best ideas we’ve seen in a very long time. Fantastic work! Continue reading »

Artist Removes Smartphones from Photos to Reveal our Obsession with Technology

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The question of whether we are too obsessed with our technology is a topic that everyone seems to have an opinion on. Photographer Eric Pickersgill chimes in on the debate with Removed, a collection of photographs depicting how bizarre life would look if one simply removed all electronic devices from everyday scenarios. Through this series, he aims to demonstrate the obsessive preoccupation that society has with electronics and gadgets. Continue reading »

Coca-Cola Removes Labels From Cans to Fight Against Prejudices

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Coca-Cola has recently launched several campaigns for the month of Ramadan. First of all, the agency FP7 has thought the campaign Let’s Take An Extra Second : a concept of cans without any apparent logo of the brand to denounce the prejudices linked to a name. With the printed slogan “Labels are for cans, not for people”, these cans have been made in limited edition. Continue reading »

Former Skinhead Removes Facial Tattoos and Embraces Family Life

This combination of eight photos provided by Bill Brummel Productions shows the progress of tattoo removal treatments for former skinhead Bryon Widner. For 16 years, Widner was a glowering, swaggering, menacing vessel of savagery – an “enforcer” for some of America’s most notorious and violent racist skinhead groups. Though his beliefs had changed, leaving the old life would not be easy when it was all he had known – and when his face remained a billboard of hate. (AP Photo/Duke Tribble, Courtesy of MSNBC and Bill Brummel Productions) Continue reading »