Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Paper Doll Studio Issue 105



Another fantastic issue, great job by Jenny and the OPDAG crew! Artists were truly inspired by the kid theme and the dolls drawn by Linda Hoerner, also the featured artist for this issue. It is the largest issue of Studio ever, coming in at 64 pages. The interview with Linda is a fun read. I love her dry, self-deprecating humor. But don't be fooled. This is an artist in charge of her craft. Her joy comes through in her artwork. 

Other issue highlights: David Wolfe on Shirley Temple, and Michel-Victor A. Gdanov on how play and "kid art" can spark creativity in grown-ups. 

Another good reason to subscribe: A chance to dress the Queen! David Wolfe's Queen Elizabeth with corgi is pretty fabulous. Click on box above for subscription info, or just click here.



2 comments:

Amie Guarino said...

Hello! I am new to this blog...if anyone has any info on the value or rarity of William Hendricks paper dolls I would appreciate it!

Linda said...

I think you mean Donald Hendricks, who died recently. Search completed auctions on eBay to get a sense of prices paid.