Monthly Archive: March, 2010

Arlo Keo Valera, Aquatic Theme Totes

Arlo Keo Valera is an illustrator and artist who currently lives and works in Honolulu Hawaii. These two tote bag prints inspired by a aquatic theme are very impact-full and playful. The bags… Continue reading

Kate Mowbray Goes for Simple Graphic Tote Bags

Kate Mowbray goes for simple and ingenious designs, minimal shapes and colors, contrasting effects for her tote prints. She thinks that artwork becomes something else when it can be carried round in a… Continue reading

Matthew Lein, Brooklyn-Based Illustrator Likes To Show His Artwork On Tote Bags.

Did you know that “in New York if you buy a pack of gum at the bodega, they will double wrap it in plastic bags unless you tell them not too”? Artists and… Continue reading

North Carolina Illustrator, Jordan Grace Owens, Totes

Which print designs can be called “a little coy and a little girly, but with a modern, no-frills sense of style”? After watching these portraits “inspired by styles and fashions from the past… Continue reading

Ari Marcopoulos x Tommy Hilfiger x Whitney Museum Tote Bag

Tommy Hilfiger partners with the Whitney Museum of American Art as the fashion sponsor for the 2010 Whitney Biennial. In honor of the sponsorship, the label will debut a limited-edition tote featuring imagery… Continue reading

Young Designer Jan Willem Wennekes a.k.a Zeptonn Funcky Character Tote

Young designer Jan Willem Wennekes a.k.a. Zeptonn from The Netherlands finds his motivation to create in “conveying happiness and bringing a smile” to the viewer’s face.  Although he’s an A.I. and Philosophy graduate… Continue reading

Do You Like Mushrooms? Kittozutto Tote Bag

Do you like mushrooms? This fantastic tote design comes from Kittozutto studio, an art and design studio that “believes in the beauty of dreams”. In their own interesting style, they picture here some… Continue reading