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The Doll World ... in the Digital Age
Written by Carie Ferg   

Our July issue of DOLLS is out, and it’s one you shouldn’t miss. It features everything from Hasbro’s new fashion doll “Lorifina” (boy, is she gorgeous, and best of all customers play a role in her design), to new Kish & Co. dolls, including two sketches by Helen Kish, and ball-jointed dolls galore: from the quirky and charming creations of Charles’ Creature Cabinet and unique Domadoll centaurs to Kyo Otake’s gorgeous museum-quality ball-jointed dolls (it sometimes takes her a year to make just one!) and Michele Hardy’s imaginative costuming. Even better, though, are the great features our digital edition offers.

Our July issue of DOLLS is out, and it’s one you shouldn’t miss. It features everything from Hasbro’s new fashion doll “Lorifina” (boy, is she gorgeous, and best of all customers play a role in her design), to new Kish & Co. dolls, including two sketches by Helen Kish, and ball-jointed dolls galore: from the quirky and charming creations of Charles’ Creature Cabinet and unique Domadoll centaurs to Kyo Otake’s gorgeous museum-quality ball-jointed dolls (it sometimes takes her a year to make just one!) and Michele Hardy’s imaginative costuming

Even better, though, are the great features our digital edition offers. Not only does it include expanded layouts with more photos of Lorifina and Otake’s work, but it includes extra articles and digital enhancements we can’t offer in print. This issue features a doll documentary video trailer for The Life of the Doll Artist and a podcast featuring Helen Kish talking about the development of her convention and what compels her to create.

Click here to view July digital DOLLS. If you like what you see and want to keep getting it, subscribe here. The issue won’t be accessible for free very much longer.

Also, before you leave our site, view our new video: DOLLS Rocks! in our Multimedia section. I promise we’ve compiled a fun presentation you won’t be expecting! If you like it, be sure to share it.

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