Stand out by being two-dimensional.
"Are you staring at my hair bun horns?" "No, I'm staring at your purse."
WTF is going on with these bags? They're like cartoons that were edited onto the photo, but they're real! What we have here is some real life-imitating art.
The people at Taiwanese bag company JumpFromPaper (no prizes for guessing how they came up with that name) have come up with a line of purses and backpacks that "attempt to fulfill everyone's childhood fantasy."
So cute... this is the perfect bag to pack when Garfield mails you to Abu Dhabi.
And they nailed it. My childhood fantasy was to discover a product so unique it would make me want to post a bunch of pictures of it on the web, so MISSION ACCOMPLISHED.
If you're not doing cartoon in pink, you're not even trying.
Make sure you're not too pure to be pink. (via JumpFromPaper)
I love this pink backpack, and I think it looks equally good on a guy.
This is the perfect way to let everyone know you are a DJ. (via Facebook)
Look at him in real life with his straight-up cartoon backpack. They look like they should only carry balloons and pinwheels and stuff, but they actually hold real things.
Here's a bag on its own, looking fake as hell:
"Hi, I'm here to meet with Dick Tracy." (via JumpFromPaper)
Now here it is again, with your real stuff that you actually carry around in your non-cartoon life:
It even looks fake on the inside, but those are real books!
And they come at a real cost. JumpFromPaper costs actual paper. The price of the bags is anywhere from $30 (for a change purse) to $139 (backpacks). There aren't any stores in the US, but they will ship. That way, next time someone asks, you can tell them you don't just look good on paper, you actually look like paper.