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English singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse wasn’t on this Earth for long, but she made her mark with her expressive singing and an eclectic mix of musical genres. In addition to her vocal abilities, she was also a fashion icon. Inspired by 1960 soul girl groups, she wore her hair in a tall beehive and donned "Cleopatra makeup."
These defining characteristics are part of her Kokeshi doll by Becky Kemp of Sketch.Inc. The painted wooden doll has her hairstyle, makeup, as well as red polka dots she wore on the cover of Rolling Stone. Traditionally, the figurine is a Japanese symbol of friendship. Give the Amy figurine to your favorite group of soulful pals.
Sketch.inc is the creative studio of Becky Kemp, an artist based in South London. She started her career as an art teacher but branched out on her own in 2011 to start her commercial practice. Now, her work is inspired by a "love of Nordic design and Japanese illustration"—traits found on her beloved Kokeshi dolls.