Lightly padded to protect your gadgets, and perfect to clip into your purse, back pack whatever and clip out and onto your key ring, belt loop etc. when you just need to take the necessities.
✮ To see tote bags & zippered pouches with this print.
➽ Bag is 4" x 6.5" (10cm x 16.5cm)
Front pocket is 4" x 5.5" (10cm x 14cm)
Back pocket 4" x 5" (10cm x 12.5cm)
Pockets will fit most phones, iPods etc.
✮✮✮ Matching key fob/wrist straps now available, see last pic.
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Both pockets zip closed with a plastic zipper that will not scratch your gadgets. Swivel lobster clasp on top is easy to clip on and off!
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✮✮✮ MOST OF MY BAGS ARE MADE TO ORDER ✮✮✮
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I am thrilled to be able to offer the licensed artwork of Kiriko (Kiri) Moth here in my shop!!
✮✮✮ This fabric is printed EXCLUSIVELY for Haut Totes✮✮✮
To see all of my bags with Kiriko's artwork click here
To purchase prints from Kiri, check out here new Etsy shop
Check back often as new designs will be added regularly, you can also follow my Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/HautTotes#!/HautTotes for sneak peeks at new designs.
I am working with three other artists as well to have exclusive fabric printed. To view all bags made with fabric exclusive to Haut Totes click here
Kiriko Moth has been drawing and painting since a very young age, ever since she learned that art was a way to make tangible the things we could never have in real life. She's always known she was going to be an artist; it’s so much a part of her that even if it wasn’t a career path, she’d still be drawing all the time.
Kiriko was born in Sacramento but grew up in Santa Fe and Nashville. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a BFA in graphic design and illustration, and decided to return to Northern California. She now lives in San Francisco.
Kiriko has dabbled in just about every method and medium that she can get her hands on, but currently works almost exclusively in ink with digital color. She loves to mix the traditional with the new – her work begins in pencil and ink on bristol paper, which she then scans and colors in Photoshop.
Kiriko Moth draws inspiration from many artists, but some of her favorites include Alphonse Mucha, Michael Whelan, John Jude Palencar, Thomas Canty, and Michael Parkes.
I encourage you to check out more of Kiriko Moth's artwork at http://www.redbubble.com/people/kirimoth/art