In your bag number 239, Juan Bosco
Todays bag is a real artists bag, in fact the camera does not even seen to be a central part of the bag. Juan keeps it simple. Check it out.
Hi, I´m Juan Bosco, from Spain but now I´m living in Berlin. I like very much your website and I recommend to my friends your “camera bags”.
I like your blog so much that I’m trying to copy it, but with painters I think is a very good idea.
I´m a photography lover, I take photos in my free time.
I´m an architect but my work is “paint watercolors” I have a website: www.sanmartin-artscrafts.com here you can see my artwork (and my cameras too).
pd:In the bag I keep:
-Voigtländer Vito II.
-Light Exposure meter.
-Winsor & Newton, 26 watercolors case.
-A 2B Hardtmuth Koh-I-Noor pencil.
-A brown Chinese ink.
-A vintage pocket knife.
-A leather case.
-Stillman & Birn “Gamma Series” Sketchbook.
-Boesner aquarelleblock 300
Thanks for sharing with us Juan. I wouldn’t normally feature a bag with such little information. But this bag is wonderful, I love the layout and the contents.
Check out the link and make sure you come and comment.
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