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?
They ship in a cool, flat box. As Elana said, “Even the packaging is offbeat!”
The interior packaging is also pretty unique. And the bags…
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.