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The is the first in a line of hand illustrated suede handbags/book bags. This bag is a "Wilson Maxima" with a heavy duty inside snap closure, inside zipper pouch, and many stitched compartments for cellphone, credit cards, etc. It can hold a bible, wallet, hair brush, and several other items comfortably and has two sturdy handles.

The inspiration for this design actually came from a design I stole (got permission to use) from Chad Andrew Powell, who is a very gifted designer, photographer and illustrater (see photo 5 for his original design).

Chad’s experience is diverse… ranging from digital and print design to wedding and concert photography. His design work includes website, logo, interactive and magazine design for global brands. And though digital is king in the world of photography, Chad also enjoys traditional, historical and alternative processes.

Even if you are not interested in purchasing this handbag; I encourage you to visit his website at: http://chadandrewpowell.com/ You won't be disappointed!

Photo Four above shows the bag "fully loaded".

Note: The artist only works on "recycled" (gently used), high quality suede. This handbag has been gently used and the handles do have slight discoloration- but it is hardly noticeable. The atist works primarily with "Faber-Castell" artist pens which are extremely fade-resistant, very light fast, waterproof, permanent India ink.

Please contact the artist should you have any additional questions.

Hand Painted Handbag Book Bag Suede


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: leather, Bible, verses, scripture, theology
  • Only ships within United States.
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