Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Mr. Gingo and his Pink Headed Girlfriend


These stuff belong to very special friends of mine;

Mr. Gingo and The pink headed lady.
First Let me introduce you the Lady.
She is tall, creative, and smart, and it is better not to disturb her while she's talking, since she has a lot to say about everything: about this and that, and anything else you can think of, and, more than anything, she talks about those things you would never even dream about.Often, she would begin talking about one thing, and end up with an explanation about something completely different.If you have the patience to listen, you will surely be fascinated with her knowledge and originality
She is very stylish as well.
she wears brown tights, a pink skirt with a cherries print, a white floral top, and a black & white polka dot jacket.She carries a small chic handbag made from upcycled Lurex socks, with a handle crocheted out of Lurex thread as well.
She wears a necklace with green little flowers,
and a light blue bracelet.

There are some tattoos on her legs, and she wears striped pink socks and purple shoes on her feet.

Her partner is Mr. Gingo. He is a cultural theorist, and at the moment he is busy with very interesting research that examines the representation of cartoon characters in everyday life.
Most of his spare time is dedicated to cartoon characters as well, and he is a renowned cartoons merchandise collector.
He wears a green top with turquoise elephants on its front and a rabbit eating carrot on its back,
a beige trench coat,
and pants with a print of Eeyore the donkey holding a yellow balloon,
He carries a brown messenger bag, made from a blend of upcycled socks and crochet details.
On his feet he wears green booties.
They are having much fun together.
This evening they are going out...


* They are both listed on my etsy doll store.

6 comments:

grrl + dog said...

I love the fact that pink haired lady has tattoos on her legs... perfect.

netamir said...

Thank you:)

Karoda said...

I found your blog by way of flickr...and I love your sock dolls! If you ever decide to conduct online classes...please keep my email and let me know!

netamir said...

Hi Karoda,
Thank you very much for your comment, glad to meet you.
I don't know about the online classes, it seems too complicated for me at the moment but I will keep you posted if I would change my mind.

Dee / Cloth Company said...

absolutely delightful! love how you are sculpting the features, and all the many colors and details -- all add up to tons of personality and originality!

netamir said...

Thank you Dee:)