Leatherology x Rob Wilson: Meadow Double Zip Camera Bag

Sale price Price $550.00 Regular price

Rob Wilson is an illustrator and graphic designer whose work has appeared in many books and magazines including The Wall Street Journal, Variety, Self, Sweet Paul Magazine and D Magazine. His client list includes Dell, HarperCollins, Charles Schwab, UPS and Horsethief Pictures. Wilson is the creator of the icon for "Welcome to Night Vale," one of the most downloaded podcasts in the world. He designed the cover for the novelization of the podcast, which Paste Magazine listed as one of "The 10 Best Book Covers of October 2015." The book debuted at #4 on the New York Times Bestseller List and had been featured in The New York Times, Huffington Post, NPR, CNN, LA Times and on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

 For this exclusive collaboration, Wilson said, “I loosely created images on the bags in a similar style as I would with my pen and ink illustrations. I applied a limited, bold palette —red and white peppermint colors— that pops on the black leather. The bold colors and illustrative paint styles bring an element of Sweet Tooth Hotel into each item. Plus, I like dogs, and I like candy (who doesn't!), so I thought the two would go together perfectly in some of the designs.”

The Leatherology Double Zip Camera Bag is for the woman who wants something contemporary and functional. This bag is divided into two zipped compartments. The front has a leather trimmed wall pocket that is specially designed to fit an iPhone 7 Plus. The back compartment has a zipped pocket - ideal for securing smaller items like house or car keys. Both compartments are wide enough to contain our Continental Wallets, and are lined with light tan fabric to help you see your things. This bag is made to help you store more, but still keep everything organized.

  • Full Grain leather
  • 6"H x 8.75"W x 3"D
  • 2 zipped compartments
  • Zipped pocket in back compartment
  • Leather trimmed wall pocket in front compartment
  • Beautifully Gift Boxed 

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