MY FAVORITE LITTLE GREEN BAG
“Long before the green-minded hip began toting these fishnet shopping sacks whilst touring organic foodmarts, the USSR had developed the archetype — the amazing avoska. Extremely long lines were commonplace and a score of good groceries was rare, so avoskas were essential, with their magical capability to collapse, unfold, and hold stockpile-bound bounties. Image Courtesy Michael Idov.” from Made in Russia: Unsung Icons of Soviet Design
Posted by DESIGN SQUISH
October 19, 2011
on 11/10 at 09:02 PM
What a great picture!
I love these bags- they are also great for taking the soccer ball to practice.
on 11/15 at 02:17 AM
This bag is very fashionable and functional at the same time. And the best part is it's eco-friendly. Need I say more?
on 11/19 at 10:33 PM
I love these bags and have wanted one ever since I first saw one years ago. They're so fashionable and cool (in the best possible way)... and eco, of course
on 01/31 at 12:24 AM
on 05/03 at 09:47 PM
I just got one of these at Pearl River. They are great - light, compact when not in use, fits a ton when used, but it does have a drawback - it's icky to put your groceries on the subway floor in these.
on 05/09 at 09:34 PM
I got mine at Pearl River too!
I was thinking to weave one myself.
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