Limited-Edition Bag—Robert Indiana & 'The Paris Review'


Whether your thoughts are on the light in August or on a course load in September, The Paris Review’s latest bag is the perfect catchall. The limited-edition drawstring backpack features Robert Indiana’s stellar 1965 silkscreen for the Paris Review print series and is available exclusively in our online shop.

This is the first time an artwork from the series has been featured on a Paris Review tote (our sincere thanks to the Indiana estate), and since the print is completely sold out, there is no better, and no other, way to bring home this piece of the magazine’s history.

The bag is sturdy canvas duck with poly web straps and is 10"w x 16"h, with plenty of room for your gym shoes, a towel, and a book, or your lit crit 101 reading list. Whatever your cargo, the draw-top bag is the intelligent choice.

As always, all proceeds support The Paris Review Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

© 2019 Morgan Art Foundation Ltd / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY.

Photographs by Scott Rossi.

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