Handsome Devils.

Pictured is a handmade puppet, Bastet. Exquisite work by Han, and there’s much more to see at Handsome Devil Puppets.

Puppets are infinite. If you know love, they do. If you know sadness, they do. If you breathe, they do. You give them steps and they make them strange. They are sometimes silly, sometimes serious, always honest little vessels. I started making puppets when I felt I didn’t have a voice. I sculpted powerful, magical women to dance and sing and cry and give me that voice. When I feared death, they showed me it could be beautiful. When I feared life, they showed me it could be weird and wonderful. The Handsome Devils are each hand-sculpted, piece by piece, and decorated in everything from remnants from the bottom of granny’s jewelry box to bones from a field in my hometown.
“The terrors of living, the joys and the revel, alive in your misfit, misguided young devil”

Han is also featured at The Creators Project, but go have a wander over at Handsome Devil Puppets, there’s much to see!


  1. says

    I like deliberately creepy puppets, because they are inherently creepy. The deliberately creepy ones don’t bother me at all, but the ones that try to look normal freak me out.

  2. Ice Swimmer says

    Somehow reassuring to know that they are puppets. If they were alive and full-size, running into one of them in the street might be a bit less so.

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