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Keith Haring Baggu Pets Recycled Nylon Lunch Box

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New Online Only

Keith Haring Baggu Pets Recycled Nylon Lunch Box

€34,43 Non-Member
€30,99 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Keith Haring Pets

Size:  One Size

Item# 23920-167901 In Stock
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A dream collaboration between everyone’s favorite reusable bag brand and the work of legendary Pop and graffiti artist Keith Haring, who is represented in MoMA’s collection. Add some joy to meal prep and meal time with the lightweight Recycled Nylon Lunch Box featuring a menagerie of fun-loving pets which Haring, a social activist, originally drew for The Humane Society of Broward County in 1987. Whether you pack it into your backpack or carry it by the top handle, this insulated zippered bag will keep a sandwich, veggies, fruit plus snacks cool and secure. The Keith Haring Baggu Recycled Nylon Lunch Box measures 9.6h x 7.5w x 3.5”d. Emily Sugihara started Baggu in 2007 because she sought a more sustainable alternative to traditional disposable grocery bags. Since then, the San Francisco-based company has become well-known for functional, affordable and nice-looking products. © Keith Haring Foundation. Licensed by Artestar, New York.

  • Designer
    Emily Sugihara and Ellen Van Der Laan
  • Size
    Body Dimensions: 9.6h x 7.5w x 3.5"d
    Handle: 10.8"
  • Material
    Ripstop Nylon
  • Year of Design
    2024
  • Origin
    China
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