Wondering where it all started? Here's a bit of background for you. During my degree I became fascinated with old Victorian cures that blatantly didn't work. My particular favourite? 'Dr Sandens electric belt, a never failing cure for all weakness in men'. (Brilliant!) People actually bought these, convinced by the pseudo-medical talk on the poster.

If the Victorians could get away with inventing gadgets and gizmos that promised to fix the world and just about everything in it, why couldn't I??? And so Dr Grace was born.

Here are some of the early works...

 

 

 

For more in-depth information or to see more images of my work please visit www.gracepage.co.uk or search #Dr_Grace_Page on twitter.

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Comment by The Justified Sinner on November 30, 2011 at 11:29am

Excellent!

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