Description

These pieces were made by ripping the bodies off of talking, stuffed dolls. The circuit housing in many dolls is conveniently mounted to the head. So when you remove the body, you are left with a head on a box. I’ve added pitch controls, 1/4" output jacks and sound triggering pushbuttons to each head. In this piece I mounted the circuitry from a weird, baby toy (the purple, furry guy pictured above) into the head of another baby toy. The head, in its original form, had a trigger in its mouth that I assume would be pushed by a special bottle that came with the doll. View the baby head circuit here.

NAME
Baby Heads 
CONCEPT BY
Casper Electronics, Peter Edwards 
COUNTRY
USA 
CITY
Troy New York 
DATE OF CREATION
 
SELLING PRICE OR BUDGET
 
OBJECTS AND WASTE
Heads of toys 
SCRAP / BY-PRODUCTS
 
METHODS OF ASSEMBLY
 
DISASSEMBLY
Possible