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Medium Inkling Messy Bag
Medium Inkling Messy Bag
Medium Inkling Messy Bag
Medium Inkling Messy Bag

    Medium Inkling Messy Bag "In The Weeds 6"




      They start their life as a giant hand painted canvas which is cut into pieces to create unique bags as individual as their owners.

      • Machine washable!

      • Lined with heavy duty BPA free waterproof vinyl

      • High quality, heavy duty metal zippers that are made to last

      • non toxic ink onto organic cotton canvas

      • Approx. 26cm X 14cm

      Messy bags can be used by anyone for anything! Each is one of a kind. 

      Your messy bag comes with a tag telling you the name of the canvas it came from and what edition it is of that canvas.

      Hand painted with eco friendly, non toxic ink onto organic cotton canvas, Inkling products are designed to not only be useful, practical pieces of joy, they’re also low impact, sustainable and earth friendly. Each bag is one of a kind, no two bags are the same, nor can they be recreated.

      Notes from the Artist "In The Weeds"....

      "I accidentally became obsessed with trying to understand how O.J. Simpson was never punished for murdering Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. There were so many events and people that added up to O.J. murdered them and he got away with it. A lot of it (most of it?) had nothing to do with the victims at all.

      How is this canvas related?

      It’s not really. But sometimes what is happening in my head and what I am painting get linked for the rest of time. This is one of those canvases. Every time I look at it I think of Nicole Brown Simpson, Marcia Clark, O.J.’s lawyers. I was listening to a book about the murders and trial as I painted. There are big chunks of repetitive shapes, colour and line. I’d find empty spaces and make the same mark repeatedly, too engrossed in the details of what I was hearing to want to step back and reflect.

      I went back and forth on whether to share what was actually happening with this canvas or just make up some story. Something to make it less, well, less about terrible murders. But it is what it is."