David Blaine Joker Image T-Shirt (Small) and Signed Playing Card

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The Joker image, featured in the 1st generation Split Spades Lion deck, depicts David doing magic to the devil in a scene that makes up the face of the Joker itself. This clever and very beautiful illustration is an original piece of art, created by renowned artist Mark Stutzman.

Specially printed on high quality Beige colored American Apparel T-shirts, made of 100% cotton. Included with each shirt is a matching Joker card, signed by David Blaine.

Available in sizes: Small, Medium, Large, and XLarge

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    David Blaine Productions

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 29 October, 2009.

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