The Most Inspiring Art of 2012

Recycled Plastic Dolls Become Creepy Sculpture

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freya jobbins

credit: Laura Moore and Mark Pokody

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Australian artist Freya Jobbins' recycled doll sculptures most-likely weren't the most crowd-pleasing art of the year, but they may have been the most visually stunning (and nightmare inducing).

Jobbins explains:

My work explores the relationship between consumerist fetishism and the emerging recycling culture within the visual arts. Due to our society's overspending on children's plastic toys, especially dolls, the materials for my assemblages are very accessible.

See the rest of the creepy collection here.

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