Update: 9/21/2012: A winner has been chosen! Shay of Shay Bocks Creative Services. She will be notified via email. Thanks everyone for leaving your comments! This giveaway is now closed.
I wouldn’t call myself much of a collector, but I need seem to acquire a lot of bags. Not purses or handbags, but shopping bags. I keep them in my car for impromptu shopping to help reduce my carbon footprint by using less plastic. I have a hook in my kitchen with another pile of them. Near the door is another set of hangers with some. My cabinet may also be overflowing with some as well.
I don’t need more, but I am always open to getting more. Especially when the bags have original illustrations on them and are the perfect color for fall.
What can I say? I guess I’m just doing my best to save the environment.
How to win
In order to participate in the giveaway all you have to do is leave a comment anywhere on H&H: any blog post that was written by any person at any time. Take this opportunity to click around on the site and see all of the interesting articles that are on here! Just don’t forget to leave your email address so we can contact you. On September 21 we will announce the winner and give you instructions on how to get your prize!
Hammer & Fox is the work of artist Skye McNeill. Skye has lived in seven states and two countries, and she travels constantly. She has worked in museums, hospitals and on boats, and has the goal to someday learn how to do everything in the world, which she assumes will take her entire life. She is a daydreamer and a romantic and tries to eat kale everyday. She likes bicycles, pumpkins, environmental activism, baking, sewing, yoga, campfires, playing banjo, thunderstorms, going out to brunch, and autumn days. She received a BA from Bard College and is currently pursuing her MFA in Graphic Design at the Maryland Institute College of Art. It is possible that she eats too much pizza.
About the prize:
From a series of Farmers Market tote bags, the Golden Foods bag highlights fruits and vegetables of the orange and yellow variety. Hand illustrated and screen printed in dark yellow/orange ink on a recycled cotton tote, bag is medium to heavy weight and can carry lots of produce, books, or other items! Measures 15 x 16 inches with 11 inch handles.