Posts Tagged ‘dollhouse’

Photographing a Destroyed Home Diorama Using Dollhouse Supplies

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For the photo above, titled “Dead Little Things,” I wanted to create a scene out of strictly dollhouse supplies. Inspired by many of the weather events that have occurred in recent years: tornados in Joplin and Oklahoma City, Hurricane Sandy and even Katrina.

I was struck by the indelible photos of homes destroyed in various ways that almost make them look fake, a physical upending of one’s life as defined by materialistic possessions.
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This 1/8-Scale Kodak Brownie Was Made for a Queen’s Dollhouse… and It Works!

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If you ever get a chance to visit the National Media Museum in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, be sure to check out the Kodak history area, which contains various Kodak cameras that appeared in the history of photography. One of the exhibits is the “Queen Mary’s Doll’s House Camera,” an amazing 1/8th-scale replica of an old Kodak 2C Brownie. As if the detail of the camera weren’t enough, here’s the kicker: the model is actually a fully functional camera!
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Messiness at 1/6 Scale: Barbie Trashes Her Dreamhouse

Barbie Trashes Her Dreamhouse is a photo series by photo instructor Carrie M. Becker that shows what Barbie’s dollhouse would look like if she was a compulsive hoarder and complete slob. The scenes ares 1/6th scale models, the objects are either repurposed Barbie toys or made by hand. Becker used a Nikon D40 with the on-camera flash.
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