Alexander Calder: Los Angeles County Museum of Art Tote
Announce your love for the arts as you contemplate the veggies at the Santa Monica Farmers Market with this generously sized Alexander Calder 'Los Angeles County Museum of Art' tote. Comfortable cotton webbing straps will help you carry everything home.
This tote reproduces Los Angeles County Museum of Art, April 1, 1965, 1965, a print designed by Alexander Calder (United States, 1898–1976) for LACMA's opening in 1965. The museum's permanent collection includes a fountain sculpture that the artist created for this new museum.
- 100% brushed pre-shrunk cotton
- Tote: 11 x 17 x 6 inches
- Inner pocket: 8 x 5 inches
- Handles: 1 x 21 inch cotton webbing
- Fabricated and printed in Southern California for LACMA