latest range of shoulder bags are wearable works of art, and we don't mean that figuratively. They're made from vintage oil paintings , which the Amsterdam-based designer salvages from markets and auction houses in Holland and Belgium. This isn't the first time she's turned artwork into something functional. Originally from the United States—her father is Dutch—Oschmann has adapted paintings for use in chairs, tables, cabinets, and even pillows. "As I was playing with the material I began to explore other possibilities," she tells Ecouterre. "I liked the idea of carrying a painting as a bag and, when not in use, hung on the wall as a dimensional painting of sorts."