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Awesome Graphic Designer Dad Illustrated His Kids’ Lunch Bags Since 2008

by Hazel Chua

Some parents make sure their kids eat right by packing their lunches for them. Others go the extra mile to make sure they actually eat it (or have fun with it) by packing the food in bags that just demand for their kid’s attention, like dad-slash-graphic designer David LaFerriere.


He’s been sending his kids off with lunches packed in illustrated bags nearly every single day since 2008. Do the math and that’s easily over a thousand hand-drawn bags since then.


Being the artist and perhaps sentimental father that he is, David has taken a photo of almost every single one and has posted it all on Flickr for the world to see.


Parenting doesn’t get any more creative than this.

[via Quipsologies via Colossal]

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Comments (2):

  1. Nicole says:

    I’ve been doing that too! But I used it to teach my son his alphabet with them. I now have gotten them printed so others can go to school with cool lunch bags too.

  2. Scott says:

    Great bags. A pity for the kids that they seem to have had so many boring sandwiches for lunch, though.

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