Meet the Russian artist who makes identical dolls

Russian artist, Michael Zajkov started making dolls in 2010 while pursuing sculpting for puppet theater in graduate school after earning a degree at Kuban State University of Russia. Two years later, he introduced his work to the the fourth international exhibition of “Art Dolls” in Moscow.

The dolls are made of a polymer clay and consist of 13 joints, allowing them to freely move, according to this bio.
Their wigs are made from French mohair and their handmade glass eyes imported from an artist in Germany and the dolls’ boots are made by Zajkov himself. Their dresses are made from antique French lace and styled to the early 1900s.


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