Tote Bag #1
Tote Bag #1
For a few years we ran a gallery, The Parlor at Plainspoke, at our studio building in downtown Portsmouth. To promote the various exhibitions, we would hang a large vinyl outdoor banner on our building. These hardy pieces of promotion survived the elements with only a few dings and scratches. They were in such good shape that we didn’t want to dispose of them but rather reuse, recycle, repurpose in some way. We commissioned local bag maker Jon Bailey, formerly of BailyWorks, to create tote bags from the banners. One vinyl banner yields three bags, so each of these totes are truly one of a kind. If you are familiar with Jon’s work then you know they are durable, well crafted and made to last. All are lined, have attached handles as well as a removable, heavy-duty 1.5 inch wide strap that extends to 46 inches long.
This bag came from the banner design created for our first exhibition, Natural Collections: Photographs by Cheryle St. Onge.
Dimension: 8 inches depth; 14 inches wide; 15 inches high
$150 includes shipping within the U.S. Please contact us for shipping outside the U.S.
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