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TUMI’s Graffiti Bags

TUMI’s Graffiti Bags
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The fascination with street art shows no signs of letting down. A recent piece of evidence includes Tumi's collaboration with graffiti artist John 'Crash' Matos on a limited-edition collection of four carry-on bags.

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 25 april 2011

The fascination with street art shows no signs of letting down. A recent piece of evidence includes Tumi’s collaboration with graffiti artist John ‘Crash’ Matos on a limited-edition collection of four carry-on bags emblazoned with the artist’s design. Of course, there’s an also an iPhone case as well.

We respect street art and graffiti, but hope the same licensing agreements and brand-commissioned collaborations that elevate the visibility of street artists don’t also cheapen an interesting and once-ellusive art form.

Tumi

John ‘Crash’ Matos

[via PicoCool]

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