Bag made out of a keyboard

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30 Responses to “Bag made out of a keyboard”

  1. Anonymous says:

    It looks like someone got stoned and went with their first idea. They just took keys and made it into a bag. They should have at least added color or texture to add to the concept. As it is, it just looks like a dumb money grab.

  2. Anonymous says:

    so cute! i would like to have one.

  3. lekatrik says:

    “I wouldn’t be caught dead enjoying a night on the town with this thing”

    Don’t you think that’s a little harsh, Lisa?

    • dculberson says:

      Naah, she means that literally she would choose death over carrying this bag. Fashion is that important to her! Don’t you judge!

  4. Anonymous says:

    this is an insult to both purses AND handbags–two words you don’t often see so close together. hint, hint.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Talia’s comment (#8) = fantastic.

    Someone got the joke, kiddo. <3

  6. Galadriel says:

    Yeeeeah, most stuff that’s labeled “fashinably stylish”–especially if paired with “upcycled” or “eco-conscious” or “recycled”–is usually something I wouldn’t consider paying money for, much less carrying around or wearing.

    There’s a huge gap between “can” and “should.”

  7. Talia says:

    I donno, I kinda like it. It’s got character.

  8. Terry says:

    Is it too early to order one of these made out of iPads?

  9. Rick York says:

    That is one stone ugly bag.

    It’s not like keyboards per se have much going for them aesthetically.

    Rick York

  10. Angela says:

    Horrible and ugly. No thank you.

  11. Avram / Moderator says:

    Oh, but imagine if it still worked as a keyboard!

    • bwcbwc says:

      I was going to say that if it actually worked as a keyboard it would be more usable. Maybe if they stripped the characters off the buttons and just had a basic black motif it would work better. I don’t know about fugly, but it is a bit too busy.

  12. Anonymous says:

    I have a fetish for IT nerds, and next time I go out cruising I would like to take this clutch.

  13. Antinous / Moderator says:

    Are there non-hideous purses?

  14. Anonymous says:

    We sell this where I work, or rather we are trying to sell it. Unfortunately, the letters and numbers look like they were painted on with white-out, by a toddler. Fun and cute in theory, but it looks horribly cheap. I don’t even think they are actual recycled keys; they honestly look pretty bad up close. If anyone can make a nicer one, hit me up and we’ll sell it for you.

  15. Adze says:

    Good for the whole ‘reactive armor’ look, I suppose.

  16. Lobster says:

    Meh. You could get a functional keyboard for half the price.

  17. AKP says:

    Wow. I really like it and it is unique especially if you are in the IT business

  18. alllie says:

    I like it but what I’d like even better is if it was a purse/working keyboard with a minicomputer inside the sides of the purse. It would make carrying a computer around so much easier, and you could have what you normally carry inside your purse as well.

  19. blueelm says:

    I actually like it *ducks*

    I think the little wrist band either should have gone away or should be a chain instead.

    It’s a bit simplistic and obvious. I don’t see, for instance, why keys couldn’t be worked into a part of a larger design instead of just the whole keyboard like that. Then it would still be able to hang like a normal purse.

    Lastly, some one suggested just the faces. That would look good on a hard case purse I think, especially with some metal hardware.

    But all of that is starting to get less recycle-y I guess.

  20. Gloria says:

    I dunno, considering how fugly some conventional purses are, I kind of like this. It’s got character, weight, and an interesting texture. I’ve seen purses with a similar chunky shape — just not made of used keyboard keys.

    Might not work at a black-tie dinner, but a stylish woman could totally rock it at an artsy cocktail party. Frankly, I think the keyboard part is what’s stopping this. Otherwise, I actually like it.

  21. Anonymous says:

    I’d proudly carry that thing only one place: To my favorite local watering hole, The Space Bar.

  22. Anonymous says:

    I wouldn’t want to wear it either, but I’m a man who has only worn a purse while extremely drunk.
    Lisa, why wouldn’t you be caught dead enjoying a night on the town with the keyboard purse?

  23. Grey Devil says:

    I think it’d be more practical if one were to cut off just the top facing part of the keys, and then take those and add them to something. I doubt it’d be very pretty either, but more so than this bag at least.

  24. travelina says:

    I like it and want to touch it.

  25. Anonymous says:

    whoa, am I missing a joke? I don’t think it’s THAT bad…I actually really like the texture it has. I think the sides look a little forced, but I mean…it’s a keyboard, not fabric. I think I’d also like it more without the strap.

  26. Anonymous says:

    Unless your idea of a night on the town is a TED conference. And it is!

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