Thursday, June 22, 2017

The Three Faces of Mary

It's officially summer for Joey Versaw's Mary Magpie doll debuts her trilogy of styles for 2017. Ranging from Superhero to vintage bridge tally card lovely, the Summer 2017 collection is bound to please Mary Magpie collectors as well as seduce those who have yet to fall under her spell.

Magnificently crafted by Mr. Versaw out of synthered nylon via 3-D printing, each Mary Magpie doll then undergoes a hand painting process that is artistic, detailed, exact, and above all, a pure expression of Mr. Versaw's drawing and painting style. Many collectors find it hard to believe that the dolls' face-ups are not executed using templates and air brushing. As such, the Mary Magpie doll marries advanced computer graphics and printing processes and the old age art of hand painting a doll's features.

"Bronzed in Beauty"






Mary Magpie shines as a strong and powerful superheroine. Her sculpted body suit is also 3-D printed and then painted by Mr. Versaw. Her articulated body guarantees plenty of action heroine poses.

"Birthday Cake"






"Birthday Cake" is Mr. Versaw's innovative vision of a 25th-century Marie Antoinette. This amazing creation comes with two birdcages with tiny little canaries and 3-D printed shoes. Her face-up palette is as luscious as a display of macarons at Ladurée.

"Tally-Up"






Based on vintage bridge tally card art from the 1930s, redhead finger wave Mary sports a delightful print romper with removable green blouse.

Each style is a limited edition of five.

Mary Magpie's Boutique

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