It seems the Paper Doll I made for the ADO MMC will not now be going into the shop as it turns out that Frida Khalo's family have finally decided to assert their rights to license her likeness and name (quite rightly). I had presumed that the abundance of Frida inspired work out there meant that her image and name had been granted some sort of public commons license (or whatever they call those things) but apparently the estate now think enough is enough and want to clamp down on the misuse of her legacy.
It's a shame as this was the very first doll project I have been able to finish this year, and having had my own injury setback (albeit on a much, much, much less serious scale to poor Frida's) I found this woman very inspiring. Doesn't give me more right than her family to make money from the association with her though... fair enough! My Frida Paper doll will not go on sale.