In a sense this was the start of everything that we did in a commercial sense. It was this drawing that I’d done to be in the very first exhibition at the Holdsworth Gallery in June of 1980, that I decided to put on a t-shirt. In fact, I made 12 of them. They were even numbered: I didn’t think we’d sell very many more than that. And it was the girls from Vogue who wrote a very nice piece about how you could hang a Done on the wall or a Done on yourself and they were kind enough to say that there was an integrity to everything that we did. I think it has got a lot to do with the fact that there wasn’t much in 1980 that you could buy that said, look, I live in Sydney: it’s a really very nice and sophisticated city. And I did it blue on white and after a while I decided because people liked them so much we’d do another version, white on blue. Suddenly you’ve got a choice and from that choice that lead to shops and licensing arrangements and all kinds of products. But in a sense it all came from this very simplistic drawing.