This tote is machine-embroidered on fabric made from 100% recycled materials. The totes are sturdy and washable, intended for daily use. This series of totes replaces the ubiquitous single-use plastic bags issued by convenience stores with a friendly reminder to reuse and recycle.
Designed to commemorate San Francisco's historic legislation enacting the first plastic bag ban in the USA in 2007, this series now celebrates worldwide efforts to continue the 'ban on the bag'.
11.5" x 22" x 4"
Machine-embroidered 100% recycled fabric
Machine washable, hang to dry, spot treat any stains with stain stick
Designed by Lauren DiCioccio
Lauren DiCioccio, co-founder of Open Editions, lives in San Francisco and works primarily in the media of soft sculpture and embroidery. Her work explores the expressive qualities of cloth and thread; she uses these materials to make objects about empathy, nostalgia, melancholy and joy.