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Douglass Women's Tank Top featuring the drawing Dc-3 by Michael Hopkins

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Dc-3 Women's Tank Top

Michael Hopkins

by Michael Hopkins





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Our women's tank tops are made from a 50% cotton / 50% polyester blend and are available in five different sizes.   All tank tops are machine washable.

Design Details

The Douglas DC-3 had a long lasting effect on the airline industry and as a workhorse for the allies during World War II. It was created as a larger,... more

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Women's Tank Top Tags

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Drawing Tags

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Jen Shearer

Jen Shearer


Michael Hopkins replied:

Thank you!

Artist's Description

The Douglas DC-3 had a long lasting effect on the airline industry and as a workhorse for the allies during World War II. It was created as a larger, improved version of the Douglas DC-2. It was powered by two 1,200 hp Pratt & Whitney radial piston engines. It has a cruise speed of 207 mph,, capacity of 21 to 32 passengers or 6,000 lbs of cargo, with a range of 1,500 miles. The DC-3 first flew on December 17, 1935

About Michael Hopkins

Michael Hopkins

Visit the, Michael Hopkins Caricatures Online Store! Michael Hopkins, "Caricaturist Extraordinaire", was born and raised in Renton Washington, just a few miles Southwest of Seattle. Michael grew up inspired by the art of Chuck Jones, Al Hirschfeld and former Seattle Post Intelligencer cartoonist Bob McCausland...and of course, the humor of Seattle icon, J.P. Patches. As far back as Michael can remember he had a pen in his hand. Michael began drawing in the 3rd grade by creating "art" down the sides of his classwork (no doubt inspired by Mad Magazine) and continued to cultivate his art throughout his school years. At Charles A. Lindbergh High School (in Renton, Washington) Michael was introduced to the art of Pen & Ink by his Art...