Monday, November 8, 2010
the 24-hour tote project
do you know about tim gough and greg pizzoli? well, they are two super talented dudes who make really good art. they had a show together recently at masthead print studio. they made five collaboration prints together, and printed one of the images onto t-shirts. when tim was printing them, he also printed a few panels of fabric, which i stitched into a small batch of tote bags. there were only six made, and three of them are now available (in turquoise, brown with black, and brown with charcoal) in tim's shop.
they each feature the collaborative print titled indestructible life on the front, with mixed canvases and denims. they have an exterior slip pocket on the back, finished with a wooden MADEBYHANK button. lined with cream and black graph check print heavy cotton, with one slip pocket, a small clip, and an antique brass finish magnetic snap set into a small repurposed suede detail.
body. 16"wide, 16"tall, 3.5" deep at base
handles. 26.5" long on brown bags, 22.5" long on turquoise bag
exterior pocket. 7"wide, 8"tall
interior pocket. 6"wide, 6"tall
find more of greg's work here, and more of tim's here. and don't forget to enter tim's giveaway for a chance to win a print of you can't outrun the devil.
Posted by katie henry at 4:38 PM