Third Drawer Down x David Shrigley Don't Touch My Stuff Tote
Third Drawer Down in collaboration with British artist David Shrigley are pleased to present the Don't Touch My Stuff cotton tote. Seriously, don't touch my stuff, or my face or my hair.
This beauty was also used in the new And Just Like That Sex & The City reboot: Miranda's lecturer is carrying it in an early episode!
Made from 100% cotton, it's machine washable.
Originally developed in collaboration with the NGV.
About the Artist: David Shrigley is a British artist who has come to prominence through his drawings, publications and sculptural works. His drawings have a kind of throwaway beauty, featuring monster children, idiots, aliens, bad parents and full of twisted lists and exchanges. Shrigley's artist's books act as an index of his angst about modern living, his disappointments and his cynicism.
Drawing can be the most intimate of exchanges physically - the scratching's of a pen on paper, the scale of the notebook, erasing and building an image. But it also acts as a cathartic action. Maybe not just for the artist but for the viewer as well. So in Shrigley's work he's also releasing something for everybody - tell us when we are no longer needed and we will go.