A powerhouse of versatility, the Rickshaw Medium Zero Messenger Bag is perfect as a workday commuter, overnight attaché, or travel bag. Vibrantly printed with your custom artwork or text on rugged polyester and designed with a interchangeable accessories system, this bag is as customizable inside as it is outside. Carefully constructed with a focus on environmental sustainability, this bag combines form, function, and a small ecological footprint.
Dimensions 11" H x 18" W x 6" D.
Water resistant, extra durable (machine-washable).
Large main compartment and 2 front pockets.
Lightweight and forms to your body.
Quick-adjust cam shoulder strap.
Velcro strips accessory system; Holds a 13" laptop (w/optional sleeve).
Made with a sustainability focus in San Francisco, CA.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 19.55" x 38.58". For best results please add 1/4" bleed.
Vintage Alice in Wonderland Hookah Caterpillar Courier Bag
Vintage illustration Victorian black and white fairy tales story image by Sir John Tenniel in Lewis Carroll's book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, 1865. Alice with the Hookah Smoking Caterpillar sitting on a magic mushroom cap. Alice is portrayed as a quaintly logical girl, sometimes even pedantic. She is seven years old but acts much older. In this image the Caterpillar is noted for its ambiguous central figure, whose head can be viewed as being a human male's face with pointed nose and protruding chin or being the head end of an actual caterpillar, with two "true" legs visible. Alice does not like the Catepillar when they first meet, because he does not immediately talk to her and when he does, it is usually in short, rather rude sentences, or difficult questions. He asks Alice to repeat the poem You Are Old, Father William, which comes out rather strange like many of the nursery rhymes Alice attempts in Wonderland. The Caterpiller tells Alice how to grow and shrink using the mushroom upon which he is sitting.