Dragonflies surrounded by irises on this Empress Hobo. The illustrations on this bag were influenced by early 20th century art nouveau designs and the wetlands.
The Empress Hobo, this medium size bag easily holds keys, wallet, smartphone and more. With a cross-body strap that adjusts the bag to waist or hip height. The Empress hobo is a practical hands-free bag that is perfect for daily use. 8" [20cm] Height x 8.75" [22cm] Length x 3.5" [9 cm] Width, designed with an inner pocket, detachable strap on one side that can be adjusted with a buckle.
Dragonflies are one of the first insects to inhabit this planet, they have been around for 300 million years. In some Native American traditions, it is also symbol of the departed souls. For the Mayan, the dragonfly is the emblematic animal of the goddess of creativity, Ix Chel. It is said that the dragonfly’s wings and magical songs revived her after she almost got killed.
Iris takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, which is also the name for the Greek goddess of the rainbow, Iris. In Christianity, the iris represents Our Lady of Sorrows as its sharp leaves are like swords.
Designed, Hand carved, tooled, dyed and assembled in Vancouver, BC by Joren Eulalee. This bag is made to age; crafted with a hand selected leather hide and stainless steel hardware.