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Tote Bag

Will Santino (willsantino)

Sobaloopsian Tune-Dragoon

by Will Santino

Our quality crafted Tote Bags are hand sewn in America using durable, yet lightweight, poly poplin fabric. All seams and stress points are double stitched for durability. Available in 13" x 13", 16" x 16" and 18" x 18" variations, the tote bags are washable, feature original artwork on both sides and a sturdy 1" wide cotton webbing strap for comfortably carrying over your shoulder.


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What is a Sobaloopsian? According to the Duultian Theory of Sensual Microfauna, incredibly small animals live deep in our eyes, our ears, our nose, in the fey swampland of our tongue, and all across our skin (what Van Duult termed 'our endless dermal desert'). But the aural zoo is not populated with Sobaloopsians. They are even smaller than the animals, like the Sonivertillia, who call our inner ear their home. Van Duult submits that just as we have Sensual Creatures living in our Sense-Centers, so must those microscopic beasts have even smaller Living Creatures in their own Sense-Centers, and so on, ad infinitum. In fact, one of Van Duult's last theories ever published promulgated the belief that Humans, and every living beast of this planet, resides in a Cosmic Ear, or a Cosmic Nostril, or a Cosmic Retina, and that our quotidian appointments and every-day actions help produce in some unimaginably large and complex being the sensation of, say, yellow, or the the scent of cinnamon, or the taste of mellon rind.

Of course, Maximilian Van Duult's theories passed with the Wonderful Plague. Reference to his whimsical and ill-built syllogisms reside only in the fantastick Journals of Contemporaries, such as Samuel Pepys, Sir Ebenezer Ullian, and others.

Okti commented on August 7, 2011 12:57pm
Catherine Holcombe commented on August 8, 2011 1:09am
Love the sparing way you use color.
Tetiana Halva commented on August 9, 2011 11:40am
ahah, nice)like it
Lou Patrou commented on October 3, 2011 1:07pm
Will Santino commented on January 9, 2012 5:21pm
Thanks Wobins, Catherine, Artmoi and Lou...sorry for the delayed response...just came back to this one. my personal favorite. well or at least top three.
Patty Sloniger commented on March 10, 2012 11:39am
what an imagination you have, just fabulous!
Sharon Gochenour commented on March 11, 2012 10:56am
You have a really delightful style, sort of steampunk/fairyland/nursery rhyme all in one. . . anyway, this is super fun, and the description is great. I love the tiny bear and the glistening snail's skin. Thanks for posting.
Marko Köppe commented on March 27, 2012 3:46pm
Very funny good work, Will!
Will Santino commented on March 27, 2012 4:42pm
Thanks Patty, Sharon, & Marko! :)
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