Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 17, 2013
Fingerprint shirts, watches and art? Yes. For Crime Scene Investigator Erika Di Palma, fingerprints have long been a staple in her everyday life; now the Los Angeles-based 29-year old has successfully parlayed her forensic background into a venture that puts the fun in functional, with a fashionable twist.
In 2012, Erika launched My Own Fingerprint, an apparel/accessories collection featuring individuals' fingerprints imprinted on customized items. The idea sparked from her profession - collecting real life fingerprints from crime scenes. Today, the cutting-edge company continues to evolve, marking a successful crossover for the CSI-turned-CEO. Her recent partnership with notorious entrepreneur, Mark Cuban, is the company's latest success (http://markcubancompanies.com/#/my-own-fingerprint). Mark Cuban is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks and most widely known for his role as a powerful investor on one of ABC's most popular shows.
My Own Fingerprint's unique process takes the DIY movement to a whole new - and innovative - level. After selecting the item that you'd like printed, (via http://www.myownfingerprint.com), customers receive their My Own Fingerprint Ink Strip Collection Kit, where the capturing of their masterpiece begins. Choose and ink your favorite finger, stick the fingerprint card in the mail, and in a few weeks, your one-of-a-kind t-shirt, fingerprint watch, or unique acrylic block will arrive. MOF's price points are equally user-friendly, with fingerprint tees starting at just $24.99. These unique and personalized products also make for jaw-dropping gifts that are sure to leave an impression on any loved one.
Nowadays, designers are constantly trying to reinvent themselves, bringing new ideas and concepts that have not been tackled before. What is so unique about My Own Fingerprint is that they are the epitome of uniqueness and the evidence is in their brand - the fingerprint. What better way to say, "This is me, I'm one-of-a-kind, and here I am embracing my uniqueness." In a world full of trend-setters, My Own Fingerprint's progressive President says, "the time has come to identify yourself".