(left) At the Detroit Tigers' game: "Tape me out to the ball game" night, this family came dressed in their duct tape fashions all designed by Kirk (in the beige duct tape cargo pants). Joining Kirk are his sisters, Lauren, Emily and Meagan. Great job, Kirk! Some of the finest Salute to Duck Tape Night clothing we have ever seen!

(below) Two unidentifiable duct tape guys in Detroit.

(below) Todd Scott (the Canadian Duct Tape Artist) models his duct tape cape (complete with Trust E. Duck portrait on the back). You look like one of the Flying Elvises, Todd!

Shannon R. and Steve B. showed up at the Tiger's Game in this lovely wedding themed apparel (all duct tape). Unfortunately, they showed up late and didn't get in on the contest for the luxury suite. A word to the wise at future Salute to Duck Tape Nights: Show up early!
(left) Colter of Wasilla, Alaska (the 2003 Duct Tape Capital of the World) displays some of his highly creative duct tape fashion. Part super hero, part high fashion. Who says Alaska's long winters are boring?!

(below) From left to right Napa California's Eric, Steve, Erika, Kaitlyn, and Matt. Took the suit guys about six hours and the skirts took two.

(left) For no apparent reason, except maybe to express his creativity, Greg of Piermont, NY came up with this nifty duct tape suit (kind of reminds us of something "Beetlejuice" wore).
(left) Louis W. crafted this 6-roll duct tape trench coat in one week's time. It includes 45 hand-sewn buttons and definitely catches eyes. You be stylin' Louis! Tape on!
(left) Ryan McL. writes, "I was going to enter the stuck at prom contest, but my date canceled on me last minute. I thought I'd share my dress anyways. I was featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer on june 6th and I made my dates flowers out of duct tape also. My date's mom made my bouquet out of silk flowers and duct tape. The red bow is also duct tape. My dress is completely out of duct tape except the lining of the skirt is a shower curtain. I put grommets up the back and laced it with pink and white ribbon." Looks great, Ryan, if Jim and I were single, we would have been your prom date.
(left and above) Marc J. D. of Palos Heights created this Duct Tape Guy Wrestler belt. Hmmm... Jim might be interested in this one (see our "Original Duct Tape Halloween Book")
Betty Boop, Dick Tracy, Marilyn Monroe, and Caution Tape Dress Girl... You are a master of Duct Tape Disguise. We lost your name! Please let us know who you are! Send us an email! (sorry)