These Uriel Valentin art dolls may be simplistic and rather unorthodox looking, but that’s a small price to pay when you’re able to own one-of-a-kind movie memorabilia that captures the likeness of the silver screen’s most iconic characters. Lisbeth Salander, Doc Brown, Edward Scissorhands and San from Princess Mononoke are among the many toys made by Valentin, and the list goes on and on.
Uriel Valentin’s dolls are characterized by their lanky, cigarette-like limbs and torso. They’re dressed in costumes that are either painted on or crafted with fabrics. Valentin then meticulously makes the heads of each cinematic creation, often achieving a great likeness to the person the dolls are supposed to represent.
If these film-inspired tributes aren’t enough for you, Uriel Valentin also crafts dolls based on famous musicians.
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