Black and White Printable Post Apocalyptic Paper Doll Named Isadora

Black and White Printable Post Apocalyptic Paper Doll Meet my new Mini Maiden printable paper doll named Isadora. This is the first Isadora paper doll, though there will, of course, be others. Her name is for Isadora Duncan, the famous dancer who died in a rather horrible car accident. A rather morbid name for a paper doll, perhaps, but Duncan revolutionized dance and I do really love the name Isadora. I loved the name long before I knew of it’s rather dark history.

My Isadora paper doll is not a modern dancer who revolutionized dance culture, but rather she is armed with several machetes and a knife and comes from a post apocalyptic wasteland desert where she fights mutants and scrounges for water.

You know, the usual things one does in bad B-movies from the 80′s with bombed out towns and questionable clothing choices.


Isadora

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I have been traveling a lot lately, three trips in three months. One of the places I am visiting in Las Vegas. At night, the “strip” is all rather glitzy, but during the day it just feels fake. Never the less, as I flew over the desolate beauty of the desert before coming into the airport, I was struck by the vastness of it all. I was inspired to draw todays paper doll long before flying over the desert, but while I flew over the desert I was reminded that she was done and ready to post.

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6 Responses to Black and White Printable Post Apocalyptic Paper Doll Named Isadora

  1. Julie says:

    Love this! Isadora Duncan was an occasional part of the Bloomsbury Group, a fascinating group of British artists including Virginia Woolf and her sister the painter Vanessa Bell. Maybe they can provide even more inspiration!

  2. Melinda says:

    Rachel, was there a Marisole Monday doll yesterday?

  3. Poppy Fields says:

    Just because you mentioned 80′s B-movies, now I want to colour this doll using an 80′s colour palette – nothing like traversing an apocalyptic landscape dressed in royal blue, canary yellow and hot pink! XD

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