Booklicious: Roundup: Book-Themed Tote Bags

February 23, 2010


This week's roundup was inspired by Project Runway's Seth Aaron, who mentioned in last week's episode that his daughter has a collection of 200 handbags (she's 11, by the way). His remark sent me on a hunt for tote bags - book-themed totes, to be exact. Check out what I unearthed after the jump.

Measures 18.5" by 12"; the back reads: "When I get a little money I buy books; and if any is left, I buy food and clothes." from The Victorian Trading Co.; $12.95

Designed by graphic novelist Adrian Tomine for Strand Bookstore in NY; from the Strand; $10.95

Organic cotton tote; from the Los Angeles Public Library; $25

 Navy canvas tote; from Brodart; $6.50

 Jane Austen tote; from Tweak-e-tees; $15.99

Women writers tote; 12" tall by 11.5" wide by 3.25" deep; from the Library of Congress; $26

Reversible canvas tote; from the New York Public Library; $24

Banned books tote; from Cafe Press; $17

Thomas Jefferson's library tote; from the Library of Congress; $16

Too many books tote; 20" by 15"; from Bas Bleu; $19.99


Bev Hankins said... @ February 25, 2012 at 5:51 PM

I don't recognize the "woman" writer in the top left of the bag from the Library of Congress. But "she" looks very man-like to me.

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