BP&O Collections — Tote Bags


BIFAN 2016 by Studio fnt


Tote Bag Design – BIFAN 2016 by Studio fnt, South Korea


Old Spike by Commission


Tote Bag Design – Old Spike by Commission


Trika by Bunch


Tote Bag Design – Trika by Bunch, United Kingdom


Collected Coffee by Fivethousand Fingers


Tote Bag Design – Collected Coffee by Fivethousand Fingers, Canada


A-TO-B by Stockholm Design Lab


Tote Bag Design – A-TO-B by Stockholm Design Lab, Sweden


KMP by Studio8585


Tote Bag Design – KMP by Studio8585, Denmark


Flamingo by Bibliothèque


Tote Bag Design – Flamingo by Bibliothèque, United Kingdom


Loupedeck by Bond


Tote Bag Design – Loupedeck by Bond, Finland


Holvi by Werklig


Tote Bag Design – Holvi by Werklig, Finland


SSU by Snask


Tote Bag Design – SSU by Snask, Swden


C( )T( ) – Typojanchi 2015 by Studio fnt


Tote Bag Design – C( )T( ) – Typojanchi 2015 by Studio fnt, South Korea


Helsinki by Werklig


Tote Bag Design – Helsinki by Werklig


Morris+Company by Bob Design


Tote Bag Design – Morris+Company by Bob Design


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