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Black And White Weekender Tote Bag featuring the drawing False Advertising by Joseph A Langley

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False Advertising Weekender Tote Bag

Joseph A Langley

by Joseph A Langley

Regular Price: $43.00

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Product Details

Our weekender tote bags are chic and perfect for a day out on the town, a staycation, or a weekend getaway.   The tote is crafted with soft, spun poly-poplin fabric and features double-stitched seams for added durability.   The 1" thick cotton handles are perfect for carrying the bag by hand or over your shoulder.   This is a must-have for the summer.

Design Details

A weathered and overgrown gas station sign reads Twin Oaks Gas for Less. Next to it is a single neglected light post, surrounded by foliage.... more

Care Instructions

Spot clean or dry clean only.

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

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False Advertising Drawing by Joseph A Langley


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False Advertising Throw Pillow

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False Advertising Duvet Cover

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False Advertising Round Beach Towel

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False Advertising Zip Pouch

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False Advertising Portable Battery Charger

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False Advertising Bath Towel

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False Advertising T-Shirt


False Advertising Coffee Mug

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False Advertising Yoga Mat

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False Advertising Spiral Notebook

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False Advertising Fleece Blanket

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False Advertising Jigsaw Puzzle

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Weekender Tote Bag Tags

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Drawing Tags

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Comments (3)

Mary Bedy

Mary Bedy

I love your ink work, Joseph. This one has a lot of character.

Joseph A Langley replied:

Thanks! I saw this years ago, and was recently reminded of it.

Ed Meredith

Ed Meredith

Another excellent drawing Joseph. Totally enjoy subject choices, compositions and variety of marks and hatching work.

Joseph A Langley replied:

Thank you! I do enjoy a bit of mark-making now and again!

GJ Glorijean

GJ Glorijean

To make it even more mysterious the lamp looks electric, long gone the gas lamps... Great story prompt or mystery cover.

Joseph A Langley replied:

Thanks, that's a good idea! Now if I only could write such a story...

Artist's Description

A weathered and overgrown gas station sign reads "Twin Oaks Gas for Less." Next to it is a single neglected light post, surrounded by foliage. Something isn't right here. Where is the gas? How can I get if for less? I don't even see any pumps! This is false advertising!! I demand to see the manager!!!

About Joseph A Langley

Joseph A Langley

Space - the final frontier... wait a minute, that's somebody else's. From a very young age I was fascinated with architecture, which shows through in much of my artwork today. I have exhibited in numerous shows, and received a few pieces of paper from my local postsecondary institution - well, more than a few, but I'm not referring to the bills. My artwork can be found in various private collections and will show up in the oddest places - sometimes I don't even know about it! If you decide to contact me, please be aware that I'm methodical, meaning slow. And not really methodical. You'll get a response eventually (most likely).