Lindsey B, trademark of products created by British mannequin artist Lindsey Balkwell, was a prolific designer of commercial mannequins, busts, heads, etc. for store display in the 1980s. Balkwell worked for well-known mannequin manufacturer, Adel Roostein of England, under sculptor John Taylor who modeled the first notable African American fashion model and cover girl, Donyale Luna in 1967. Roostein created the likeness of supermodel Twiggy in 1966 for fashion and department stores.
In the mid 1980s, Lindsey B started to design and market a series of non-store display mannequins, heads and busts for the decorator market. Many of the pieces that came out of this period were kitschy, geared towards the punk and heavy-metal scene and headed straight to the head shops and souvenir stores. Some of the high quality ones have become collector's items, such as the Dancer shown above , the Singer and Jin & Jan shown below :