I'm such a tomboy! I was never into dolls. I still don't really get it. My mom has a collection of vintage dolls that we all refer to as "the scary dolls". I don't know how in name of lace a Victorian gal like myself has such a non-affection for the girly pass-time of dolls! And apparently old, scary dolls have really taken an artistic turn. Have you noticed that doll parts show up in some of the best shops and booths? Over the last year or so, I've seen lots and lots of mainstream places that are using old doll parts. Since we all have an affinity toward different things, I get that art is deemed so by the beholder. And I DO think that these scary doll parts are artistic. But it makes me wonder what in the world is the matter with all of us that we think ripped apart limbs, peeling flesh, and poked out eyeballs are inspiring.