Deep Torpor Tote Bag is from Min Pin's recent Craft window exhibition Deep Torpor. This dream-like world is inspired by the deep sea that remains 95% undiscovered. With over 3 billion years of evolution progressing in such an unfamiliar, hostile environment Min Pin imagines the infinite possibilities of life that exists. Deep Torpor’s bizarre world of ghosts, aliens, urban legends and living fossils reveals the expansive depths of human imagination, dreams and storytelling.
Min Pin (aka Penny Ferguson) is a Melbourne designer and maker who specializes in illustration, jewellery and textiles and promotes the ethos of compassionate design, quality workmanship and sustainability. Penny graduated with a Bachelor of Design (Illustration) from Curtin University (2009) and launched Min Pin in 2013. Since then, Min Pin has been published in Frankie Magazine, exhibited as a finalist for the 2014 Yen Female Art Awards at Gaffa Gallery, been a finalist for the 2014 Etsy Design Awards and featured at the Melbourne Finders Keepers Market.
These handmade tote bag is lined and measures 40 x 30 x 16 cm, with a handle length of 30 cm