Sherri Wood embroiders tattoos on fabric dolls as a part of her Tattoo Baby Doll Project. All the tattoos have been drawn by female professional tattoo artists. So essentially, she is reproducing others' work in another form, but in doing so on baby dolls, she makes it even cooler. Like all artists and their fans, she has totally over-conceptualized her work.
Implications - The Tattoo Baby Doll Project is used to explore how women are defined today and what empowers them. Most of the tattoos that Sherri Wood puts on the dolls is located on the soft fabric part, but sometimes it can also be seen on their plastic skin. Many of the dolls have a vintage vibe from the '80s and '90s.
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