Polan Pack

by Jason Polan

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Artist Statement

Our Polan Packs combine three of our favorite Jason Polan collabs into one cool, wearable, collectable set—with a discount baked in! Each Polan Pack comes with your choice of Baggu reusable bag (Doggu or Zoo Baggu), a set of two All of the Colors temporary circle tattoos from Tattly, and a giraffe keytag from Various Keytags, all featuring Jason Polan’s unmistakable artwork. Whether you get a Long Neck Giraffe Keytag or a Short Neck Giraffe Keytag and what color we send you will be a surprise, ‘cuz a little mystery makes everything more fun. We’re not taking special requests for keytag styles, but trust us, it’s too hard to pick one anyway! You’re welcome. And get this: when you buy your Jason Polan Baggu, Tattly, and Various Keytag together as a Polan Pack, you save $5! That’s $5 you could spend at Taco Bell on a Crunchwrap Supreme and then some. Jason Polan would enthusiastically approve.

Details

+ All orders for this item are final sale and not eligible for discount or return.
+ Each Polan Pack contains 1 reusable bag from Baggu, 1 set of 2 All of the Colors temporary tattoos from Tattly, and 1 giraffe keytag from Various Keytags—all featuring artwork by Jason Polan.
+ You must select the Baggu style you'd like to receive, either Doggu or Zoo Baggu.
+The color and style (Long Neck Giraffe or Short Neck Giraffe) of your keytag will be selected at random by team 20x200. No special requests, but rest assured all the keytags are awesome!

Jason Polan

Jason Polan was an American artist living in New York City. He exhibited work all over the United States, Europe, Africa, and Asia. He was a member of The 53rd Street Biological Society and Taco Bell Drawing Club and his book Every Piece of Art in the Museum of Modern Art is a cult favorite. He made over 100 books. His illustrations and projects have appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Believer Magazine, ARTnews and more. He did projects with Uniqlo, Nike, Jack Spade, Warby Parker, Levi's, and The Ford Foundation. Polan was working on drawing every person in New York (he drew over 30,000 people) and... Read More
published Every Person in New York, a collection of the people he had drawn so far. He was from Franklin, Michigan. He graduated from University of Michigan, in 2004, with dual degrees in anthropology and art and design. He died on January 27, 2020, in New York City from cancer. He was 37.
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