The Freya Jobbins Toy Sculpture Series are Creepy and Cool

By: Marina Rotharmel - Published: • References: junk-culture & themag.it
Artist Freya Jobbins creates somewhat disturbing, but very provocative works in her latest series titled ‘Toy Sculptures.’ This neat series features several different sculptures which are made entirely out of recycled plastic doll parts. Jobbins disassembles many different dolls to create new unique dark head sculptures.

Junk Culture says that her pieces are, “an artistic exploration of the relationship between consumerism and the culture of recycling, a work influenced by the need to build and unite.” Each sculpture is very different from the next, however she always creates faces that have eyes, lips, noses and ears.

The pieces kind of resemble something that would come from the mind of a serial killer—but hey, it’s art so anything goes. Stats for Anatomical Doll Structures Trending: Older & Average
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