I love leather and watercolor, and I wanted to combine them together. I decided to try using waterproof pen and leather dye to create art on veg tanned leather to make it more fun. Here it goes~ After I got the painting on leather down, I added other leather pieces and hardware to make it a functional bag with two compartment.
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The information online about Reuse Reduce Recycle is overwhelming. These are hardly new concepts. Nowadays it seems that any product that is not made out of freshly processed materials or anything that’s not purchased brand new can find a way to called them themselves recycling. I then started thinking we are being trained to be designers that make new products, and we want people to buy new products. Do these concepts really go hand in hand, or we just make […]