Free Flat Friday: The Cornucopia Duffle Bag

cornucopia duffle bag free flat friday

 

With the release of the brand new Betabrand Cornucopia Burrito Duffle Bag this week, I thought readers of our fine blog might appreciate having a look at the actual CADs that were used for product development.

Have a great idea for a new bag design? Use this as a platform to go off of! Click the link to download the Adobe Illustrator file, and you can get a closer look and edit the artwork however you see fit. After you’ve created your own design, send us your idea via the Betabrand Think Tank! We’d love to work with you to develop your unique design ideas even further, and put them in front of our community for voting and possibly even production! Who knows, you might be our next superstar designer!

Click here to download the Burrito Duffle Bag flat: bit.ly/BBDuffle

Check back next week, when I’ll have the artwork for our other new Betabrand bag, the Cornucopia Daypack!
Steven B. Wheeler

Steven B. Wheeler

Lead Designer at Betabrand
Steven B. Wheeler got his start in the fashion at an early age, spending countless hours hunched over his mother's Kenmore sewing machine when he quite honestly should have been doing his homework.

Upon graduation from high school, Steven became an apprentice tailor, where he spent three years learning custom garment creation, pattern drafting, and alterations. He was introduced to old-world techniques, and fell in love with all the unseen engineering that goes into a well-tailored garment.

Steven moved to San Francisco in 2003, simultaneously building an alterations and custom apparel business while earning his BFA in Menswear Design. Since then, Steven has designed apparel for companies both large and small before embarking on his most recent comedic misadventure as a designer at Betabrand.

He continues to maintain an optimistic outlook on life despite this last fact.
Steven B. Wheeler

Steven B. Wheeler got his start in the fashion at an early age, spending countless hours hunched over his mother's Kenmore sewing machine when he quite honestly should have been doing his homework. Upon graduation from high school, Steven became an apprentice tailor, where he spent three years learning custom garment creation, pattern drafting, and alterations. He was introduced to old-world techniques, and fell in love with all the unseen engineering that goes into a well-tailored garment. Steven moved to San Francisco in 2003, simultaneously building an alterations and custom apparel business while earning his BFA in Menswear Design. Since then, Steven has designed apparel for companies both large and small before embarking on his most recent comedic misadventure as a designer at Betabrand. He continues to maintain an optimistic outlook on life despite this last fact.

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