This was a thought I had today while admiring the new Limited Ringdoll Armand. Even though I have no interest in owning him, I was still amazed at the effort and thought put into the photography Ringdoll is using to show him off. The photographer both manages to write an eerie story all while showing important details of the limited doll and his full set. Personally, I loved it, which brought up the subject of discussion. We all complain about the fact that some doll companies over photo-shop and misrepresent their dolls for sale with creative photography, but it does smack of a double standard. If any random DoA member had done some of these shoots, wouldn't we call it "art?" Wouldn't we praise it for the effort and thought? The details and love shown in the doll from the owner? It lead up to me thinking about that more and wondering if any other DoA'ers had really admired a company shoot. So, my questions are; Have you ever admired the presentation of a doll by a company? If so, what doll and company doll was it? There is already an established debate on the ethics of companies going the extra mile on doll photography on their sites, so that's not what this is about at all. This might even belong in BJD games by it's nature.