In the Top Drawer

by Daniel Mackie January 21, 2013

I have just finished my fist trade show at Top drawer. It went better than I could have ever expected. I have lots of orders to fulfull and have had to initiate another large print run. Great news. My cards were very popular. Interestingly the 5 most popular were, The Hare, The little Owl, The Fox, The Rooster and the cat licking it’s paw.
I now have a collection of 21 cards 16 of animals and 5 of repeating patterns of birds.
Check them all out at my shop, The DM Collection.
Exhibition stand top drawer- the Dm collection

Exhibition stand top drawer- the Dm collection


 



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