Luke Drew This chalk drawing and t-shirt

Luke Drew This

“I thought it was an obvious thing to do, to have a child’s drawing, that’s so graphic, so visual, such an impact…..”

Julie Cox, Luke Drew This

Discover how one child’s drawing became the starting point for a business!

Julie Cox, from Luke Drew This, explains how her son’s distinctive drawing of his dad’s dreadlocks, inspired her to set up shop.

How she got started and what became of that original chalk drawing.

 

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