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As a child, I loved my Fisher
Price little people, and with my friend Bonnie, whose family
owned two of every single building ever made, one for her
and one for her brother, would set up elaborate towns and
play for days. But they always did regular everyday things.
Not so these dollhouse people...
These dollhouse people all
have names and very distinct personalities. dollhouse people
adventures have included being child slaves sold in a market,
racing in the Paris to Dakkar Rally, visiting other planets
and being contestants on "Survivor." dollhouse people
have pretended to be Lyra and Will (from Pullman's His Dark
Materials trilogy), and Harry, Ron and Hermione, all while
keeping in their own character. Not exactly your regular,
everyday type stuff.
Yesterday dollhouse people
were artists. The artists were set up in front of their 'live'
models, who were posed, draped across various pieces of furniture.
My daughters spent quite a bit of time with colored pencils,
creating tiny little works of art to place on the improvised
easels, drawn so that the subjects exactly resembled their
Playmobil models: unblinking dot eyes, eternal smiles, stiff
limbs and all. But the subject matter, that's what surprised
me... Think Manet's "Olympia", and Michelangelo's
"Creation of Adam", from the Sistine Chapel. And
yes, these dollhouse People were rendered (gasp) anatomically