This what you see here is not what It seems. It may look like a bag, but it certainly isn’t a normal looking accessory. The main focus for making this was to experiment how would an item look if portraying and assembling it differently. The idea is to make it seems odd because luxurious items are meant to be pretty and they should be standing out while on the other hand, this looks like trash. This is the truth about this bag, it’s the truth that many reptiles and animals get slaughtered at a young age for their fur and skin. Many big companies have used their skin inexpensive handbags. The outside of this bag has been constructed by the experimented fabric that I did earlier. The process included the final testing of the fabric pieces buried in dirt, then into coffee followed by tea and then rubbed dirt again. This was just to show the odd texture of the bag and also relates back to the earth/ ground element that to which snakes belong to (not a bag). The inside of the bag is a slight surprise because it's essentially been put together in a way to show as if the bag itself is a snake and when you open it, the inner looks like cut up pieces of the guts and the flesh of the snakes. Approaching on the sound, the noises of the snake will be put inside the bag to frighten the audience when they open the bag to seek the intentions of this piece. The bag was meant to be made exclusively to show the difference between perfect and imperfect things. Though adding on the idea of the animals and reptiles that go through this procedure of slaughtering and being tortured for their skins to be placed on a handbag was ridiculous. This bag feels and looks more powerful once you understand the message behind the artefact.