Nature Cat Simone Johnson Standard Baggu
Nature Cat Simone Johnson Standard Baggu
Nature Cat Simone Johnson Standard Baggu
Nature Cat Simone Johnson Standard Baggu
Nature Cat Simone Johnson Standard Baggu
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Nature Cat Simone Johnson Standard Baggu

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This reusable bag is not just for the grocery store, it goes everywhere and hauls (practically) anything. Carry in your hand or over your shoulder. Holds 2-3 plastic grocery bags worth of stuff.

 

● Folds into a flat 5" × 5" pouch
● Carries 50 lbs
● Measures 25 ½" × 15 ½" × 6"
● Recycled ripstop nylon
● Machine washable

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Simone Johnson is best known for her colorful and whimsical works depicting scenes with cats. Her illustrations are playful and energetic, yet filled with meticulous detail. Simone, who was born with Autism, has participated in a number of Outsider Art exhibitions and is included in numerous private collections. She is represented by Pure Vision Arts in Manhattan.

Pure Vision Arts (PVA) was founded in 2002 by The Shield Institute, a not-for-profit human-service agency that educates and supports New Yorkers with autism and other developmental disabilities. PVA’s mission is to facilitate social change by creating opportunities for access and inclusion in the arts for people with neurological challenges.

Simone Johnson is best known for her colorful and whimsical works depicting scenes with cats. Her illustrations are playful and energetic, yet filled with meticulous detail. Simone, who was born with Autism, has participated in a number of Outsider Art exhibitions and is included in numerous private collections. She is represented by Pure Vision Arts in Manhattan.

Pure Vision Arts (PVA) was founded in 2002 by The Shield Institute, a not-for-profit human-service agency that educates and supports New Yorkers with autism and other developmental disabilities. PVA’s mission is to facilitate social change by creating opportunities for access and inclusion in the arts for people with neurological challenges.