This is a pictorial featuring Barbie's unfulfilling marriage to Ken because, SPOILER: he's gay. *crickets chirping* Okay, I guess everybody already knew that. I just though he was like, REALLY metrosexual. The series was created by photographer Dina Goldstein using models Photoshopped to look like toys and a giant dollhouse. "Isn't a giant dollhouse just a house?" The rooms were actually built in an art gallery anyway, but you do have a point. Unfortunately, you don't have a wallet anymore because I picked your pocket while you were looking at the pictures. "Nope, my wallet's right here." Then who's wallet is this? "Well, it has your ID in it." I thought I felt somebody touch my butt!
Hit the jump for the whole series.
Thanks to bb, who agrees Barbie should have been tipped off earlier when Ken told her his favorite color was sequins.
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This is a small series by photographer Henry Hargreaves and food stylist (Jesus -- even foods have stylists now? I still cut my own hair) Caitlin Levin of a bunch of deep-fried gadgets. It's supposed to be a social commentary on how consumers view gadgets as disposable (or p... / Continue →
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