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March 10, 2010

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Sarah Hoeben

What a fantastic idea! I might just have to try making one for myself!

Christina

dolce & gabbana fall 09 had glove head bands!

though they weren't as extravagant as yours..

http://www.style.com/slideshows/fashionshows/F2009RTW/DGABBANA/DETAILS/00010m.jpg

Marc Johns

Thats awesome - thanks for that Christina! I came up with the idea for this one when I couldnt sleep one night and found myself watching Fashion Television and being amazed at the bizarre runway concoctions and the way that the commentator was talking about it so absolutely seriously. I probably saw that DG collection! I love watching those shows. I sometimes wish I was a trained fashion illustrator.

Samantha Perera

Ah, curses - thought I'd found the perfect present for my friend, but you've already sold the original. Do you sell any prints? I would've loved to buy one for her.

Love your work! It makes me smile a funny little sideways smile.

Marc Johns

Hi Samantha, I do plan on making more prints. Ill add this one to the list of candidates!

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