Cyberpunk Princess: Printable Paper Doll

So, I have a love of sci-fi which I blame on my mother’s love of sci-fi which might have passed on gentically or simply because of watching to much Star Trek as a child. I only began to recently read cyberpunk with William Gibson’s Neuromancer last year, but I do enjoy the genre.


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I also have a soft spot for unique looking clothing and the cyberpunk/futuristic clothing look is totally unique.

On a completely unrelated note, I love interlibrary loan. I really really do. I think it’s just so fantastically cool. All you have to do is ask for a book and then, like magic, it arrives. Okay, not magic. I know there are a lot of hardworking people who make these things happen. I’m just happy because on of my requests came in recently. It’s a collection of fashion plates from the sixties and seventies. Expect something totally mod soon.

I don’t know how soon… but it will happen soon.

(Soon being a relative term.)

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  1. Love-love-love this one! So cute! I have been following your blog for about a year.

    (Btw- ironically, I am in charge of ILLs or Interlibrary Loans here at the library I work at. Not only are they super cool, they cost alot. So, if you a frequent ILL-er, your library would probably really appreciate a donation- even 2 bucks a book or so.)

  2. Soooo adorable! totally punk-ish!
    What book did you order? I have trouble finding the right fashion books. I would like some pointers!
    THanks agian, Monica

  3. Her hair is awesome, I also really love the pink & white dress.
    I love Interlibrary book loaning as well. Sadly my local library doesn’t offer it, in fact they looked at me like I was crazed when I asked.

  4. Yay for fellow library people. I work at a rare books library, so we don’t do much with ILL, but I value my ILL people highly. Technically, the books I got didn’t go through ILL, because they were available through a confederated catalog, but I tend to call that ILL since it’s easier to say then confederated catalog books and more people know what the heck I’m talking about.

    My friends demand often that I don’t speak “librarian.”

    As for good books, it’s really a matter of what you’re looking for, Monica. I like books with lots of clear pictures rather then text. So, the books I requested were Everyday Fashions of the Sixties As Pictured in Sears Catalogs by Joanne Olian (Dover press) and Fashion Sourcebooks 1960s by John Peacock. Swinging Sixties by Christopher Breward is also a good source book for more high fashion, though it is not as picture oriented and covers things other than fashion, so I’d probably not start with it.

  5. Hey I like to print your paper dolls but my printer is black and white and when I print the colored ones they come out kinda funny so maybe you could do some more black and white dolls.

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