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Purple Snake Skin with Black Artwork
9” x 6”
Width (that's across) 9 inches
Height (that's up & down) 6 inches
All items are One-of-a-Kind, passionately re-made in New York City (and sometimes in Brooklyn – but never by hipsters)
All bags are silk screened by hand with extreme care to ensure originality and creativity. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. If you JUST MUST HAVE IT SOOONER, give us a call, we’ll work it out!
Please note: all items are vintage (like your grandma) and may have imperfections due to their age (also like your grandma). So don't complain, it makes them that much more unique! Color may vary on different monitors and in different lighting. But make sure you want it before you click, because Comes With Baggage Clutches are final sale and 100% non-returnable.
ELLE is a street artist based in Brooklyn New York who is notorious for breaching the boundary between graffiti and street art. Elle’swheatpasted characters, mostly women, adorn the walls of New York, San Francisco, Chicago, LA, Berlin and beyond; slipping in and out of tattooed bodies, fur coats and animal suits, feathers, robes, and costumes.
Elle's inspiration for creating street art lies in the search for the perfect human skin; both figuratively and literally. She works to understand how, why, and with what we as humans choose to adorn our bodies and what those things represent. Her paintings reside on walls like warriors or Egyptian goddesses, guarding young girls and children as they walk the city streets. ELLE's art questions the portrayal of female prowess and sexuality and, with her art, embraces the human ability to metamorphosize one’s identity and transform appearance. The city acts as catalyst for the transformation of these figures. In the same way that the wheatpastes change- disintegrating with the weather, being ripped in half by street cleaners, or being added to by other graffiti artist- so too do we change with the ebb and flow of the city’s energy. Through her art ELLE considers reincarnation, regeneration, and the ability we have to brand and rebrand ourselves to fit into these ever-fluxing ideas of who we are, who we want to be, and what.