Nesting dolls are very cool; they originated in the 1890s in Russia. Later, they would turn up on someone’s grandma’s knick-knack table, and the rest is history. Usually a set of nesting dolls look like boring people, but not this set.
These Super Mario Bros. nesting dolls looks fantastic. Individually, each is a quality work of art. They are a tad dark in theme though. I mean, Bowser seems to have ripped the Princess’ arm off. Heck, Mario is holding a bloody wrench.
Is this how the Doctor crams lots of people inside the TARDIS?
These awesome nesting dolls were made by Molly Lewis as a Christmas gift to her boyfriend. I love the cheerful looks of (most of) the Doctors.
This amazing work of paper art envisions the evolution of the mobile phone using the style of those classic Russian Matryoshka nesting dolls.
Artist/Designer/Illustrator Kyle Bean recently created Mobile Evolution, an intricate set of nesting models from cardboard.