The Track Domino Front
The Track Domino Front

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The Track Domino Side
The Track Domino Side

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Limited Edition 40 pieces worldwide
Limited Edition 40 pieces worldwide

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The Track Domino Front
The Track Domino Front

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The Track

The Track was inspired by the racer, who hugs the turns of life and always knows where she’s going.

This powerful little frame packs quite a punch - gently sculpted into a smooth oval shape - she definitely makes a statement.

A unique, limited edition, handmade fabric optical frame by 

The Elusive Miss Lou.

Size: 50 - 18 - 143  Shape: Oval

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Domino

Home - Australia

“…yet on the unfortunate occurrence of his passing, I happened to inherit his cat, one Domino, a black and white short hair of some poise and character. She was a high cat, often sitting on top of one bookcase or another and surveying her kingdom. Something she and I had in common. That is surveying our kingdoms, not sitting on bookcases, although there have been times when a bookcases perspective has been needed, and indeed, helped a lot in the encapsulation and germination of ideas. Domino was the one who first inspired me to travel, to see the world she so desperately wanted to escape to. I had to do it for her, and all the other house bound cats of her generation…” The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 5

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Punk City

London - 

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Gum Leaf

Kangaroo Valley - 

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Az-Tech

Tokyo - Japan

“…but there have been many more since. One such occasion was spent walking the streets of Tokyo at night. It never fails to impress when you can walk for hours on end in a city and never reach the suburbs or industrial areas. That’s what Tokyo is like to walk through, you can continue walking and there is just more and more of it. Yet it is all so beautiful, the lights, cartoon characters, people, smells, sounds, tastes. It’s a symphony for your senses to be sure and one that rarely stops. Entering any of the shops, eateries, cafes there is such a feeling of welcome and hospitality. The closer you look at the streets of Tokyo the more there is to see, such a wonderful notion…” The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 487

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Red Rover

Tenterfield -