Sometimes, the horns on my crowns remind me of kelp forests, and I decided to lean into that for this one. The wave on the front is redrawn as tribute to the great master, Hokusai, whose work has been imitated, copied, satirized, and hung with pride on walls all over the world enough to have become normalized; but just look at one of those original prints and dang but that thing rewards some close viewing. Anyway, here I have entered the tradition of emulation of the great work, and you can wear it, this time,
A while back, I saw a painting of Diana, in which she was wearing a crown that was also a set of horns. I loved it. Folks had been asking for tiaras and crowns for years, and all the sudden, I wanted to make them. So I began making them. That's the whole story.
These crowns are flexible. They can be bent in a little and be worn a bit forward to stand up more, or bent a little out and be worn more as a headband. Will fit pretty much all heads with slight adjustments that you can easily do yourself. These are very durable crowns, meant to join you on all of your adventures; most have tiny holes drilled in the end for a string, in case your adventures involve being upside down, but if you remain mostly upright, just wear it like a headband, no tying required.