Abstract Jazz Grooves Vol. 1 - All-Over Printed Poly Tote Bag (Brown)
Brand Flux 45 Brand
Abstract, Avant-garde or Free jazz, which first developed in the 1950s-60s, describes a more innovative jazz sound that evolved from the constraints of prior jazz styles like bebop, hard bop, and modal jazz. Free Jazz pioneers like Sanders, Coltrane, Mingus, Dolphy, Coleman and Sun Ra attempted to alter, extend, or break down the conventions of jazz by abstracting all rhythm, tone and tempo for a new sound that took jazz into the future but back to it's roots at the same time.
Our "Abstract Jazz Grooves, Vol. 1" artwork is a graphic visualization of the free-form movement of the Avant-garde jazz sound in the clean-line typographic style of 50s and 60s jazz album cover artwork.
A Flux 45 Brand exclusive design, found only at The Color Pop Shop.
Printed on polyester with dual black handles, this tote measures 15" x 15" in size and handles measure 28" all-around. Same artwork printed on a brown background on both sides.