Monthly Archive: September, 2009

Artist Jason Scuderi, Anti Totes

Called “Anti Totes”, they belong to a series of four designs, part of the larger ANTIMOTION project, which is a printed and digital identity project. Artist Jason Scuderi, known for his work in… Continue reading

Darling Clementine Studio, Ooh La La

French inspired slogans and French moustaches, geometric prints on minimalist canvases- they all define the new series from Darling Clementine studio, called “Paris!”. If their motto is to have good time at work,… Continue reading

Mel Lim, Cuteness Inspire Prints

How do design and business get along? Very well, in fact, if you are Mel Lim. The Malaysian designer started to follow her passion in adolescence and transformed it into a successful business.… Continue reading

Village, Type Inspired Tote Prints

Have you ever wondered who is behind all those fonts we use for artistic or plain writing purposes? Village is a type co-op formed by eleven type lovers of various nationalities, who create… Continue reading

Momorobo Studio,Two-Sided Print Tote Bag

Momorobo studio made this two-sided print tote bag for Wieden and Kennedy Shanghai, a creative communications company and aligned itself to the movement of artists supporting eco ideals through their work. An indie… Continue reading

Dustin Amery Hostetler, aka UPSO, Tote Print

There’s always a good time to make art, but probably the best moment is right now. The message of this tote goes right to the point, as a part of the profits goes… Continue reading

SPYE Design, NYC Design Studio

SPYE Design is a design studio based in New York City, known for their creations inspired by urban themes and symbols. Many of their products- like this pattern tote bag , reflect a… Continue reading

Montreal based, Pin Pals, Tote Bag

The Pin Pals are actually two girls, Sara and Sam, the talented self-taught crafters from Montreal who made this tote. Called “Housefoot” tote, it’s been hand drawn and printed on canvas, using black… Continue reading

Wyeth Hansen, “Make Some Noise” Tote

The graphic design belongs to Wyeth Hansen from Labour- a New York based small creative office. Together with his associate, Ryan Dunn, they approach a full spectrum of media, “from moving image and… Continue reading

Stewart Walker, Typographic Tote

How do you feel about typing? Would you wear something like A, B, C? Enthusiastic Scottish artist Stewart Walker is the author of this lovely typographic design. Appreciating “simplicity, detail and intellectual rigor”… Continue reading

Mike Perry’s, Pattern Tote

Straight from Mike Perry’s studio, in New York City, this pattern tote matches the taste of the urban culture lovers (and Mike Perry’s patterns lovers, in general). Also known as MIDWESTISBEST, the artist… Continue reading

Jess Neill, DIY design

A limited edition of 21 screen printed tote bags from the “friendly and sarcastic designer” Jess Neill , who lives and works in Baltimore, USA. The red, yellow and green totes show a… Continue reading

hellovon, Fleeting Secret

Called “Fleeting secret”, the design shows a girl’s head, hair in the wind, swept over her mouth, like preventing her from telling anything, a secret perhaps. As your eyes follow, you can see… Continue reading

Gemma Latimer

Gemma Latimer, a British freelance illustrator, amazes with this unique mix of eco-chic and anthropomorphic characters. Her collages are usually inspired by Circuses, Victoriana and Surrealism, as she defines her own style. Minimalist… Continue reading

Mia Hansen’s totes

Meet Mia Hansen’s totes, whose usual focus is on “clean modern layouts and beautiful typography”. She’s a young graphic designer living in Vancouver and her portfolio includes illustration for children works and also… Continue reading

The Dept, Studio

“Androids always win!” is a tote design from The Dept. studio, featuring blue android silhouettes on white canvas, a little army full of energy and enthusiasm.  The Dept. is an independent multi-discipline studio… Continue reading

DYI and Jim Datz’s creations

What do the DIY tote and Jim Datz’s tote have in common?Probably the fact that they were both created for “We Are Part of It” project which reunites various artists making nice things… Continue reading

Erica Dorn and Colette gallery Tote

“We love Paris” – is this just another travel statement or is it something more? This tote-bag design featuring bold zippers and orange buttons was made by artist Erica Dorn with Colette and… Continue reading

Alakazam and Medicom collaboration Bag

This  fabulous tote bag is the result of the collaboration between Alakazam and Medicom Fabrick.  The all-over print featuring a monster inspired theme is a signature work from Will Sweeney. The label of… Continue reading

Sarah J. Coleman

Depicted as a cheerful grocery bag, it can also feature as a trendy accessory to our urban outfit. This design was made by artist Sarah J. Coleman and for The Outfit, USA, the… Continue reading

Sanna Annukka

Can we shop in style and save the environment in the same time? Sanna Annukka is convinced that we can, proposing two of her tote bags. Illustrator and print maker, the half Finnish,… Continue reading

Tristan Eaton of the Thunderdog Studios

Better known as Graffiti Artist, Illustrator & Toy Designer, Tristan Eaton of the Thunderdog Studios, is the creator of the Runts, a limited edition of cute, pop art characters. The Runts are standard… Continue reading

Custom Made

Bright colors, pretty prints and recycled fabrics seem to be the keywords for the Custom Made creations. Custom Made is a range of accessories owned by designer Anna Butler. The prints are characteristic… Continue reading

Pentagram, Tote by Angus Haydun

A tote bag designed for the Pentagram Marks launch edition, it promotes an important part of the Pentagram’s activity. They believe that marks (pictorial or abstract symbols, logotypes, letter monograms, books or building… Continue reading

McFaul Studio

Playing with nature inspired themes- an explosion of trees and birds, sky full of clouds, seasoned with online popular symbols, the vectorial shadows on these McFaul Studio creations lighten the day of any… Continue reading

Keren Richter & Vans Collaboration

This acid pink and yellow on white background  tote is a signature product from the work of the very popular artist Keren Richter, which was designed for the Vans’ spring collection. The tote… Continue reading

Josh Cochran

The suburban and amazing style of the Brooklyn-based designer Josh Cochran gives us something to remember in the prints of those two tote bags. A modern approach of the classics: the design is… Continue reading

Andrew Bannecker

From the talented artist and illustrator Andrew Bannecker you wouldn’t expect nothing less than beautiful creations. He says it himself, using the prints on the tote bags:” Recycling is beautiful” and also “Think… Continue reading