Jessica Harrison, a sculptor out of Scotland, has done another series involving the re-invention of the classic porcelain doll. But rather than blood and guts, this time it’s exquisitely rendered tattoos. Yes, perhaps tattoos have become so commonplace that they’re even coating Victorian Disney princesses now, too. Beautiful breakable dolls that are also tough-chick bad ass — so basically, the perfect woman. “The Painted Ladies” series is part of a larger exhibit “Flash” now showing at the Galerie L.J. in France. The dolls will be flossing their Sailor Jerry-inspired ink there until June 24th, and are probably not dishwasher safe.
Scottish sculptor's latest re-invention of the classic figurine