06/12/2016
French affair.

Words by

Anastasia McInerney

Travel label, Toffee, has released a second artist collaboration to add to its range of bags and cases.

French artist and the illustrator behind the ‘Pray for Paris’ symbol, Jean Jullien, has designed a print exclusively for Toffee.

Jullien is known for his honest social critiques, delivered through playful and quirky designs. 

The Toffee x Jean Jullien design features illustrations of figures getting up to all sorts at the beach. It’s the perfect fusion of Aussie and French culture, if you ask us. 

The collection spans a laptop sleeve, a backpack, a wash bag and a carryall, all boasting Jullien’s artwork. 

toffeecases.com

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