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February 1, 2012 • Gear Bits

JumpFromPaper Bags Really DO Make Real Life Feel Like a Cartoon

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Judie posted on these über-cool JumpFromPaper bags the other day. As she wrote,

I loved the way “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” (1988) and “Cool World” (1992) mixed cartoon elements into a real-world backdrop. I enjoyed the same effect as a kid, watching older Disney movies such as Mary Poppins, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, and Song of the South. There’s just something quirky and irresistible about imagining a world where cartoons can come to life; anything can happen!

The bags are the creation of design duo, Chay Su and Rika Lin. They have produced a line of travel, camera, laptop and general gear bags which look like props from a cartoon. They look amazing, but the question remained… were they real? Would they look as cool in real life?

You judge!!

Gardiary jumpfrompaper

They ship in a cool, flat box. As Elana said, “Even the packaging is offbeat!”

Gardiary jumpfrompaper 1

The interior packaging is also pretty unique. And the bags…

Gardiary jumpfrompaper 2

They really do look like they jumped right off the page of a cartoon.

The bags — or at least, this particular bag — don’t have much interior space; they are styled as 2-dimensional, so that shouldn’t be too big of a surprise.

And the small extra pocket on the back helps a bit. So if you want something really different, and you mostly need to carry papers or a tablet… you should check out the entire line here on JumpFromPaper.

3 Responses to " JumpFromPaper Bags Really DO Make Real Life Feel Like a Cartoon "

  1. Okay, I am the person who ordered FOUR of them because I wanted to see what they looked like in person. 
    I am, in a word … impressed. They don’t hold much — depending upon the size of the bag you go from absolute necessities (wallet, keys, lip balm) to possibly a notebook computer/tablet. They are bright, colorful, and they POP with 2D style. 

    There *is* a zipper on the bottom which is cleverly hidden, and you can keep it zipped shut for true 2D or you can unzip to make the bag more practical; unzipped the bag is still slim, but you can carry more. They seem to be really well made; they are also cute as hell. =)I’m not yet sure if these bags are for *me*, but they are incredibly creative and fun. I suspect that teens would kill for them. 😉

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m going to find a place in the next week to use the ONE I bought just because I want to see people’s reactions to it!! Great find Judie… Thanks.
      Sent from my iPad

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