Just look at her:
She is a Pullip doll from Japan and belongs to a friend that has a small collection of 3 dolls. I had to take some photos because I think they are just so cute! If you’re not into dolls, skip this post.
I have never meet a Blythe doll nor a Pullip doll until I saw these and I am truly in love, though I promised myself not to become a collector. Yet. Though I would love to have a photo shoot with some dolls when summer comes around. Or how about bringing out my own collection of Barbie dolls and play with them and my camera for while… What fun I would have sitting outside, dressing them up. Who wants to join at my doll party this summer?
These dolls are kind of made to be styled, fashioned and allowed to enter the cat walk, don’t you think?
Read on for a few more of my photos and some Pullip facts that you might not know about!
I did a little research on Pullip dolls online and then had to make another category in my blog. I think I need to stop adding new subjects soon. Anyway…
Pullip Doll Facts
Did you know…
- …that these dolls come from Japan and are influenced by urban design and Anime genres?
- Pullip dolls were created in 2003 by the JUN Planning company and are collected all over the world through the Internet.
- The Anime look in dolls has been big for several years and are popular with fashion doll collectors.
- Blythe dolls are famous but Pullip are cheaper and you can change eye color, wigs and body parts on these dolls too.
- Pullip dolls are about 12 inches tall and have over-sized heads and eyes that makes them cute like puppies! Or what do you think?
- Their big eyes can wink at you, and their body have more than 30 points of articulation.
- I totally admire grown ups that collect toys and don’t feel they need to explain why.
These are some photos I found at Flickr:
See more Pullip doll photos on Flickr.
My favorite doll is this girl though because she looks so much like me right now… My Pullip-look-alike-girl! :-)