Eye Camera Obscura - Tote Bag
Eye Camera Obscura - Tote Bag

Eye Camera Obscura - Tote Bag

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Model of the human eye in the form of a camera obscura, c.1850-1900

An unusual piece of optical equipment from the collection of the Whipple Museum of the History of Science provides the inspiration for this unique tote bag. The surprising eye camera obscura is displayed as part of the Hockney's Eye exhibition at The Fitzwilliam Museum. 

Product details:
  • Heavyweight cotton tote bag with contrasting handles
  • Made in the UK

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