Who doesn’t love sporting wearable art?

Jennifer Balcos, owner of Jennifer Balcos Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Since Hans transitioned from his successful career in graphic design to full-time artist in 2005, he has acquired a robust following of enthusiasts for his work. To expand access for all who admire and collect his work, Hans is introducing accessories that capture the colors, textures and energy of his paintings. Now all can make a personal fashion statement with Hans’ original wearable art.

The first introduction is the Hygge Collectionwhich combines function and fashion in roomy, fully lined tote bags with zipper and slot pockets for organization and a magnetic snap closure to secure all contents. Each tote is a piece of original art for you or that unique gift you are always searching for and can never find.  The size is perfect for:

• overnight visits

• travel carry-on

• packable extra tote for travel destinations

• gym and exercise equipment

• on the go bag for commuting, children’s gear or quick stops at the market

• beach carryall

You might wonder why hygge-- pronounced hyoo-guh-- to name the collection.

Hygge is a Danish term for a feeling of comfort, contentment and well-being.

Hygge is a way to feel happier and appreciate the simple pleasures in life. Over the years, many who admire and collect Hans’ work describe it as “colorful and happy,” hence hygge.