Tote Bags, Minimal and functional. Patterns and geometry. Janet and Trisha Snyder. These are the keywords for PAWLING

PawlingPrintStudio_Proj_www.toteprints.wordpress.com.jpg.scaled500Minimal and functional. Patterns and geometry.  Janet and Trisha Snyder. These are the keywords for PAWLING | print studio in Washington DC. If you are looking for handmade prints and patterns for the home, Snyder sisters can be the right people to make them.

You can see some of their simple, clean, graphic style on these tote prints, the hand drawn and hand screen printed geometric illustrations of the Geometric Totes series.

Snyder sisters declare: “We are drawn to Japanese textiles and Scandinavian interiors”. They think that tote patterns they created are universally appealing (both to men and women, young and old) and present a great opportunity to insert art into everyday life. “Totes, like paintings, are a rectangular canvas, but they are also a useful everyday object which makes them much more accessible”. These patterns bring an interesting alternative to totes featuring giant store logos slapped on the side.

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