Tote Bag
Tote Bag
Tote Bag

Tote Bag
by Madeleine Putnam

Is your tote bag feeling a little drab? Wave it off with this fresh and fun printed tote designed by one of the best artists in San Francisco!

Looking for a stylish and practical tote bag? Look no further than our premium printed tote bag designed by one of the finest SF artists! Made of 100% cotton sheeting, these tote bags are durable and reliable. The handles are reinforced with stitching for added strength, and at 15.75"h x 15.25"w, they're just the right size for all your needs. Whether you're headed to Ocean Beach or the gym, this tote bag is a perfect choice.

This Copper Vacuum Insulated Bottle features a unique print from the "The Wings" by Madeleine Putnam — a participant of the Guaranteed Income Pilot for Artists by YBCA. By purchasing this product, you also support the artist. 80% of profits from the sales in our store go towards the featured artists.

  • ◦ 100% Cotton made from spun fibers that produce a very strong and smooth fabric.
  • ◦ Reinforced Stitching on Handles - a second row of stitching provides stronger seams.
  • ◦ Boxed Corners - the fronts and backs are sewn together, creating extra space on the sides and adding more room within.
  • ◦ Free delivery across the U.S. for all orders over $100.
$25.00
Color: Natural
Natural
Natural
Size: One size
One size

Remove all items from the bag before cleaning. Suggested to pretreat visible stains with stain remover. Mix warm water with laundry detergent and clean the bag with a terry washcloth or a soft bristle brush. Let the bag air dry.

If you have any questions, please reach out to us via email at info@guaranteedinc.org as fast as possible.

About artist

Madeleine Putnam

I’m a ceramic artist from San Francisco. I work in a drop-in space in the Tenderloin, where we provide free access to art supplies and education. I have a deep connection with the artist community in this neighborhood. I attended school in New York and earned a BFA in sculpture at Hunter College. My work is concerned with community intimacy, societal detritus, and the commodification of identity. I incorporate found materials into my ceramic, textile, and mixed media sculpture. Since High School, I have also enjoyed drawing and making zines to share my work and connect with the community.

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