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HOUSTON, Aug. 26, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The One World Doll Project, subsidiary of One World Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB:OWOO) announced that it has partnered with Steve Varner of Varner Studios for all 3D modeling and sculpture work on its upcoming line of celebrity dolls.
"When we first partnered with Steve Varner during the development of The Prettie Girls! Dolls, we immediately understood why his name is associated with so many successful toy products including Star Trek, Lara Croft Tomb Raider, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, McDonald's Happy Meals and more," said Joanne Melton, CEO of One World Holdings. "His work has always been of the highest quality and we are thrilled to once again have him as a part of the One World Team," she added.
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www.varnerstudios.comAbout The One World Doll Project
During her 15 years at Mattel™, Stacey McBride-Irby designed and created countless fashions and concepts for the iconic Barbie® line.
The One World Doll Project has developed an exciting line of multi-cultural and fashion dolls that it anticipates will have a major impact in the months ahead. The
Prettie Girls! OWP doll line is unique in their look, their backgrounds and their stories that capture the essence of what every little girl can embrace and relate to. The
Prettie Girls! Ms. McBride-Irby, along with the One World Doll Project, believes that little girls and their mothers are looking for images of beauty and fashion that mirror the same colors, shapes and physical characteristics that they themselves possess.
More information about One World Holdings, Inc., Stacey McBride-Irby and The One World Doll Project Story and Team can be found at
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