Spirals of the spider’s web. Spinning and weaving. Inward and outward. Control and chaos and freedom. The spiral can control chaos but it can also unravel. The thoughtfulness and solemnity of black is used in the spiral as symbolic of the cyclical nature of life on the recycled tote bag. Louise Bourgeois Spirals, 2005 © The Easton Foundation / TATE London
We thought you'd never ask!I weigh 56 g (1.98 oz).I can carry 20 kg (44 lbs).My size is 50 x 42 cm (19.7" x 16.5").My zip pocket is 11 .5 x 11.5 cm (4.5" x 4.5").My handle is 27 cm (10.6").I'm made of 100% recycled taffeta by GREEN CIRCLE® certified.I'm STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified.I'm water resistant.I'm made using waterless printing.I’m sustainable.LOQI is certified CO2 Neutral by Planetly.
2021 As a young girl, Louise Bourgeois was dyeing cloth, weaving and sewing in her parents’ tapestry studio in Paris. Bourgeois loved spiders. She described the spider as an artist, spinning thread and creating magnificent webs. It could also mend things like the restoring of tapestries in her childhood. “The spiral is an attempt at controlling the chaos.”