Etanis Gonzalez Is A Different Kind Of Doll Collector
Every doll collection is a little bit weird. We're sure your grandma is a lovely person, but no one should have that many dead eyes surveying their living room. So if you really want to stand out in this subculture, you need to go out of your way to build a deep, lingering sense of unease. Enter Etanis Gonzalez, a Venezuelan artist who said, "To hell with displaying our grim homunculi in dainty, teacup-laden environments. Let's go full horror!"
Zoomin.TV Deutschland/YouTubeInstead he displays his collection in your imagination in the cold, terrifying dead of night.
Gonzalez is so proud of his legions of decapitated terrors that he hangs them from his balcony like battered plastic gargoyles. According to the clean explanation which he shared with the press (you know, the one where he leaves out all the stuff about summoning rituals), this all started after he took some dolls from his daughter's room. Rather than accept that his daughter was growing up before his eyes, he decided to haunt his entire Caracas neighborhood for decades to come. Although to be fair, Caracas is one of the planet's most violent cities, and would you mess with a house that looked like this?