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Suzanne’s Mannequin Family

28 Feb

Photographer and Art Director Suzanne Heintz got tired of being asked when she would finally marry and have kids. So she got a mannequin family. took them with her wherever she went and took lots of family pictures. 

No, seriously. She did. These are some of the pics she took.

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

 

“Well meaning strangers, along with friends and family, would raise an eyebrow when the topic of my unmarried and childless status arose. Indicating with a small facial twitch, not only my audacious freakishness, but that I was a little old for such foolish thinking. I mean, come on, eggs don’t last forever! “

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

 

“But really, what was I supposed to do? You can’t just go out and buy a family. Or can you? I did. They are mannequins. The candy coated shell with nothing inside. We do all those family things, all the while capturing those Kodak Moments. Because it’s not really about the journey, or a genuine human connection, when you’re kids are screaming, “are we there yet?” Is it? It’s about the picture in front of the sign. “Get back in the car, we got the picture. Now, let’s go eat.””

 

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

Suzanne Heintz mannequin family

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2 Comments

Posted by on February 28, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

2 responses to “Suzanne’s Mannequin Family

  1. Amelia

    March 1, 2014 at 12:42 am

    Okay, so the mannequin husband is a snappy dresser, but can he play a country station if she gives him a pat?

     
    • Kimmy

      March 2, 2014 at 7:54 am

      That was so much win in one sentence.

       

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