Monthly Archive: July, 2013

The Notting Hill Shopping Bag, Created by Natasha Courtenay Smith & Designed by Little School Children. #totebag

I have been exchanging emails with Natasha Courtenay Smith., an entrepreneur living and working from Notting Hill, London, I was excited to hear and see a wonderfully designed range of tote bags. Natasha produces a… Continue reading

Dutch illustrator, @BartAalbers Quirky, Eye and Hand #totebag Prints, Watch Out for These Oversize Works

Dutch illustrator Bart Aalbers. has been busy, in between illustrating amazing character illustrations, his had time to work on some tote bags too. I featured Bart in the Tote Bag Book, Published by… Continue reading

Prism of Starlings Created by Kirsty Baynham, Illustrates Wolf #Totebag Goodness

Prism of Starlings is a design collection of illustrated goodness by Kirsty Baynham. The collection focuses on turning design concepts into usable and decorative products, such as tote bags The print is a… Continue reading

Sarah Ray’s Fun and Bold #totebag Illustrations Offer Something Uniquely Different.

Sarah Ray’s fun and whimsical illustrations offer something uniquely different. She produces a range of greetings cards and screen prints that show an unusual take on life and its idiosyncrasies, to make anyone… Continue reading

Depeapa, aka, Verónica de Arriba, from Granada, Spain, Creates these Beautifully Illustrated #totebag

Verónica de Arriba from Granada, Spain Creates these beautifully illustrated tote bags under her brand name, Depeapa, the Spanish for “from start to finish”. Verónica has bee successfully designing products for 5 years and, and… Continue reading

SewSew Totes, Quirky Character Tote Bag Prints Created by Designer, Claire Walls #totebags

Claire Walls is a designer from the Northwest of england and the creator for SewSew. A little design company that has some cleaver and big ideas. SewSew make all of their products by hand. which… Continue reading