Tote Bags

In 2008 Mark Cass, CEO and Founder of Cass Art, and Pentagram Designer Angus Hyland, collaborated on designing a sustainable way to allow customers to carry their art supplies home. Thus, the award winning ‘Art in a Bag’ tote was created, “The original ‘Art in a Bag’ is what the Cass Art tote bag is all about!" says Mark. "The idea was that once you've bought the tools you're already carrying the art home, ready to create it."

Since its launch the ‘Art in a Bag’ has developed into our iconic colourful tote bags, you might have seen one out and about – they’ve travelled as far as New Zealand and even Rio! So far we’ve launched 18 colours from our newest addition Indigo, to Payne’s Grey, Scarlet Lake and Quinacridone Magenta.

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  1. Cass Tote Bag Indigo

    £1.00

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  2. Cass Tote Bag Payne's Grey

    £1.00

  3. Cass Tote Bag Cobalt Blue

    £1.00

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  4. Cass Art Tote Bag Canvas

    £4.95

    Available in 2 colours
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  5. Cass Art Marion Deuchars Kids Bag

    £1.00

  6. Cass Art Tote Bag Canvas

    £4.95

    Available in 2 colours
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  7. Cass Tote Bag Cerulean Blue

    £1.00

Tote Bags

Cass Art is in the colour business, and nothing shows this more prominently than our range of colourful tote bags. Collectable in many different colours, the Cass Art tote bags reinforce the palette that great artists have used throughout history. They highlight the colours used by Picasso, Lichtenstein, Matisse and many other notable artists, and serve to remind artists today of the wide range of original paint colours available.

Previous tote bags have included Scarlet Lake, Permanent Mauve, Quinacridone Magenta and Payne’s Grey, not to mention Ultramarine Blue, Linden Green, Orange Lake Deep and many others. But it all began with the original ‘Art in a Bag’ black tote. This launched in store in 2008, when Mark Cass, CEO & Founder of Cass Art, and Pentagram Designer Angus Hyland, got together to give customers a sustainable way of carrying their art supplies home.