Inspiration – The Beetle Bag

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Beetlebag

Beth Fuller, a grad student at Pratt Instittute designed The Beetle Bag using the scarab beetle as inspiration.

Beth writes:

The Beetle Bag is inspired by a shockingly beautiful scarab beetle. The scarab features a lime green exterior shell and muted pink legs. Using olive leather, the bag achieves a smooth transition between green and pink leather. Mimicking reflective qualities of the beetle’s shell, smooth leather accomplishes a similar glossy effect. The bag’s facade is segmented like the beetle’s wings. Each wing is translated into an exterior front pocket, while wooden handles emulate the beetle’s head.

Check out the gallery of photos of The Beetle Bag – Link.

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