The Mannequins

April 14th, 2015

The Mannequins - Awkward Galleries

Tired of being asked why she isn’t married, Suzanne Heintz spent 14 years taking holiday photos with a mannequin family.

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17 Responses to “The Mannequins”

  1. Madox says:

    I wanna marry you !

  2. Brian Johnson says:

    Ok, I’m trying to figure out how she apparently took those mannequins all over the place with her. Did she buy them seats on planes or stuff them into her luggage?

  3. sudon't says:

    I want to marry this woman!

  4. Teejay says:

    The man looks like Alan Alda (Hawkeye from Mash.)

  5. holly says:

    I feel just the opposite of Ruthie. I say she has responded in the perfect way, and is awesomely creative at the same time as she sticks it to them. She won!

  6. Luiz Fernando Alves says:

    The Fuccons!

  7. Ruthie says:

    Those people who kept asking why she wasn’t married (if that’s true)… She let them get to her. They won.

  8. Another Suzanne says:

    I was single until I was 38 and I have found a kindred spirit! I once even had a 5′ tall cardboard guy that I used to keep in my car (“security”) and even took to a Christmas party! I had so many friends flirt with him too! Great job!!

  9. Cienna says:

    I live the single life, too, and while its freeing, it does get lonely. But you can still have fun, as these pics prove ^_^

  10. Lauren says:

    Very clever, I wasnt expecting them to be so good!! I kept looking forward to seeing the next pic. Loved it!

  11. LisaB says:

    This is THE BEST!!! Love it.

  12. Deborah Cicconi says:

    Suzanne Heintz, you are hilarious and quite the artist in taking the photos. Love it!

  13. Tim says:

    I have mixed feelings about these. They are very clever, funny and well done. Some show a real insight into family experiences. But after the fifth or sixth picture they started to feel sad. Or maybe I was just sad. It started to feel more like satire but satirizing family events that can be really special and meaningful. I don’t criticize her motivation for creating these. It is a funny and well done way to respond to the probably many times when people make comments about her choice to live a single live.

  14. Jennifer says:

    I love it!!

  15. Joe says:

    Brilliant work !

  16. Laurah says:

    LOL! Omg I love this!

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