Artwork on tarpaulins that has colored various cities has been upcycled into tote bags. The artworks that have colored the city have been turned into tote bags that you can use to color yourself.
This is a special item that will never be the same, with each design changing depending on where it is cut.
Kouichi TsuchiyaTsuch representative works by Tsuchiya can be roughly divided into a group of works titled "Happa," which looks like a dumpling stuck on a skewer, and a group of works titled "Hana," in which the entire screen is painted in multiple colors. In addition, he sometimes takes notes on concrete objects such as sushi, people, and bus operations. The vivid colors of both "leaf" and "flower" are common, and combined with the gentle image of plants, they have many lovers. In recent years, he has also painted the fusuma of newly built houses and the walls of beauty salons and children's homes, and his work has been well received.
Handle: Natural leather
Width46cm Height33cm Gusset3.5cm Handle 52cm Weight 360g
Because the actual pattern and color may differ from the image due to the cutting part of the material, please be aware of this before purchasing.
Because the upcycled artwork (tarpaulin material) was displayed at the All Japan Temporary Art Museum, some of the artwork may be stained.
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