A-Mia-Gurumi Wallace, Pulp Fiction’s Overdosed Mia as a Crocheted Doll

Mia Wallace right side

Shove Mink of Croshame was recently commissioned to create Uma Thurman’s Pulp Fiction character, Mia Wallace, as a crocheted art doll (needle and all). The piece is called “A-Mia-gurumi Wallace” (from “Plush Fiction”) and it depicts the scene where she overdoses on heroin and has to be injected with adrenaline. We have previously featured Croshame’s delightful crocheted dolls in the past.

…for about 20 years, I avoided the Quentin Tarantino movie Pulp Fiction, telling people, “The only way I’ll watch that film is if someone pays me.”

Well, someone finally paid me.

I was recently commissioned to recreate Uma Thurman’s character Mia Wallace, specifically from the scene in which she’s revived from an accidental heroin overdose with a giant shot of adrenaline.

The scene from Pulp Fiction that inspired the doll:

Mia Wallace full frontal

Mia syringe detail

photos by Chuck McNary

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