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"For anyone who are considering purchasing a Goyard bag. PlEASE AVOID at all cost! They are the Worst "luxury" bags I ever bought. I purchased 2 canvas totes in black and grey. The handles on both bags melted and stained...

Original Collage

$ 245.00

8.5 x 6.25 inches | Original Work
Unframed
Black
White
Natural
N/A
Floated

DESCRIPTION

"For anyone who are considering purchasing a Goyard bag. PlEASE AVOID at all cost! They are the Worst "luxury" bags I ever bought. I purchased 2 canvas totes in black and grey. The handles on both bags melted and stained all over my clothes in less than 6 months. Seriously for a bag that worth more than 1000 dollar this should not be happening. The knockoff bags from China Town probably have better quality than these 1000 dollar garbage. Please save your money to get a Chanel or something else!!"

See the full Goyard Dreams series.

Collage on Paper | 2018

Goyard Dreams Comptoir Nearest You consists of 74 works in total. The third of DeSutter’s Goyard Dreams series, this series examines the mixed feelings one experiences at the point of fulfilling the dream of purchasing a luxury item, such as a Goyard. “Sometimes, we put too much emphasis and weight on the object and experience of the purchase that we’re let down,” he says. “Other times, we’ve placed so much respect on the brand, it can’t live up to the place of honor we’ve allowed it.” The artist further reflected such feelings in the titles of these collages, which he pulled from Yelp reviews of the Goyard store in New York. Beyond translating these torn feelings throughout this entire series, DeSutter aims to remind viewers of their journeys to success.

DIMENSIONS

8.5 x 6.25 inches inches

FRAMED DIMENSIONS

Floated: 13 x 10.75 x 1.25 inches

AUTHENTICATION

Signed by artist.

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

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