The Many Moods of Farrah

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    "The Many Moods of Farrah," made from heads of Farrah Fawcett Dolls from the '70s.

    These heads were found in an old warehouse where they had been sitting on a shelf for over 20 years, packaged up and sold as so. I haven't been able to find a place to buy this high art online, but I will keep looking.

    And if you were curious, yes, they're all exactly the same / expression.

    merlinmann, michellej, BrianinLR, and 28 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. cute or kill? [deleted] 80 months ago | reply

      I adore accidental art.

    2. Jay the Expat 80 months ago | reply

      That is just perfect!

    3. evanrudemi 80 months ago | reply

      She actually looks rather manly.

    4. westerndave 80 months ago | reply

      it's lee majors in drag.

    5. thp365 80 months ago | reply

      terrifying? Yes.

    6. CITIZENDANGERX 80 months ago | reply

      I have that same box of doll heads- it was sold by Archie McPhee back in the day.

    7. kate* 80 months ago | reply

      mr. glass...hot damn times two!

    8. Tank707 80 months ago | reply

      OK, that's a little creepy! Great pic though!

    9. Butch_wax 76 months ago | reply

      this is the most frightening flickr entry, ever

    10. kayluh_alison 71 months ago | reply

      Hi there.
      I recently came across this piece of kitsch art and was researching it to figure out why it exists. With that researching, I found your flickr page with this photo.

      Anyways, just wanted to let you know that I put the item up for sale on shopgoodwill.com, Goodwill's ebay like site. Here is the link: sellers.shopgoodwill.com/sellers/tools/zoomItem.asp?ItemI...

    11. daleonsouth 70 months ago | reply

      Very odd... sold like this originally? I guess that's one way to get rid of old, unsold items... put a string of lights through them and let the party begin.

    12. Robbie 69 months ago | reply

      I have those too!

    13. batman63 69 months ago | reply

      That is great—RIP Farrah!

      -B63

    14. jenvan1 67 months ago | reply

      I have one. Sold as "ready to hang" (a hole in the back of the cardboard box) art. I got mine for my birthday about 12 years ago, in Philly.

    15. drew*in*chicago 54 months ago | reply

      It would be cool if there was one David Hasselhoff.

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