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Chris Cuffaro
Gwen Stefani and No Doubt 1997 vintage print by Chris Cuffaro

1997

About the Item

Gwen Stefani with Ska band No Doubt, 8”x10” Hand-printed darkroom print, made at the time of the shoot in 1997, and stored flat in a temperature-controlled environment. The print is in perfect new condition with no flaws. Hand-signed on the back in pencil by Chris Cuffaro.
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