Bouncy Castle Tote

Side view of a tote bag showing the webbing strapping. Side view of a tote bag showing the original stitching. Close view of a tote bag showing the material. Side view of a tote bag showing the original stitching. Close view of a tote bag showing the original stitching.
Side view of a tote bag showing the webbing strapping. Side view of a tote bag showing the original stitching. Close view of a tote bag showing the material. Side view of a tote bag showing the original stitching. Close view of a tote bag showing the original stitching.
Details
Object number
AIBDC : 008161
Country
Date
2018

Description

A green tote bag with black webbing straps. This bag is co-branded with SAS (Surfers Against Sewage) and is made from part of a recycled bouncy castle and has the original stitching and marks from its previous life. It is suggested that the material could have spent up to 50 years in the British weather.
Designers & Manufacturers
Designer (Organisation)
Manufacturer
Manufactured for

Inscriptions

moulded: "wyatt&jack" (label)
printed: "Surfers Against Sewage" (label)
Dimensions
Width
333mm
Height
395mm
Method Note
castle material
handle material
construction
Material Note
plastic
PVC body
polyvinyl chloride
nylon possibly - handles
PA
polyamide
Colour