Flora // Hemp Tote BagFaunesque
SAY NO TO PLASTIC BAGS. SAY YES TO THE SEA.
This hemp tote bag is in support of The Wildlife Hospital and is an excellent alternative to plastic. Read more HERE.
With artwork by guest artist Faunesque, this screen-printed hemp bag is durable and compostable and oh so soft.
Measures: 38cm tall x 44.5cm wide
In support of reducing single use plastic bags these hemp bags are an excellent alternative to hold your goods! Soft, durable and recyclable, these help bags are screen printed with non toxic inks on renewable hemp fabric and stronger than their cotton counterparts.
We've teamed up with some fellow creatives with a mutual passion for conservation and the environment to produce these graphic bags. For each hemp tote sold a donation is made to an environmental or social cause - raising awareness for other that do good.
|Standard (NZD)||Free Over (NZD)|
|Rest of the World*||$30||$600|
* Includes most of North America, Europe, UK, Asia and the South Pacific. Orders will be refunded if we are unable to ship to your location.
More details about shipping can be found HERE.
The Wildlife Hospital Dunedin is a veterinary facility specialising in the treatment of New Zealand’s native species - the only exclusive facility of its kind in the South Island.
Since opening its doors in January 2018 they’ve been inundated with wildlife admissions, highlighting the need for this service which is expected to become the busiest hub of wildlife support in NZ. With 80% of our native species under the threat of extinction, this Hospital is super important to help rehabilitate our special fauna!
Read more HERE.
Where do we start with Phil? We found him creating some of the most beautifully detailed pencil work we have ever seen. Phil Constantinesco was born in France but now lives & works in Brussels. A digital illustrator by trade he also spends as much time as he can drawing with pencil under his brand ‘Faunesque’. Why Faunesque? Simply because of his long-time interest in ora and fauna (although ‘simply’ does not quite cut it, as his drawings are purposefully complex!)