Underworld Muses Doll Show to Feature OOAK Looks from Influential Doll Artists
More than a dozen one-of-a-kind custom dolls by influential doll artists from around the world will debut at the Underworld Muses Doll Show in Los Angeles on May 31st.
When the muses call, the artists answer. S Doll recently announced that it was launching its original doll line — the Underworld Muses — in Spring 2019. In conjunction with that debut, a select group of influential doll artists from around the world have been invited to be the first to customize one of the three “blank” ball-jointed Muse dolls.
Famed doll painter Leilah Li, SFX artist Tianna Atwood, and Integrity Toys designers Chris Stoekel and Mark Tinkey, are just a few of the talented artists who will be creating one-of-a-kind custom dolls. The dolls will debut at a private VIP opening on May 31st at Studio 669 in Los Angeles.
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About S Doll and the Underworld Muses
S Doll is a content hub dedicated to cultivating a home for the modern doll collector online. Featuring doll artists, news, tips, tutorials and more, S Doll provides engaging content and insider looks into the many subcultures of dolls and doll collecting.
S Doll recently announced the launch of its original doll brand: The Underworld Muses. The product line – which will be available for pre-order in Spring 2019 – features three dressed dolls and three “blank” dolls. The muses are inspired by the Court of the Dead, an original dark fantasy property created by Tom Gilliland. The Underworld Muses were designed in partnership with esteemed doll creators AY Collective. Read more about the Underworld Muses here.
About AY Collective
AY Collective is helmed by famed doll artist Andrew Yang and his partner Daniel Randell, a veteran of the fashion and collectibles arena. Both are lifelong collectors who firmly believe in the unique ability of dolls to reconnect us to the love and joy of play experienced as a child. AY Collective has been involved in a number of collaborations since its inception in 2008.