In Two-Face a common shape is shared between two different illustrated objects. The pairings compose a collection of functional yet radically shaped handbags. Each handbag comes in two versions. In the first, the coupled objects play with scale, perception, and puns to create not just formal relationships but conversations between previously distant images—a football on one side and an eye on the other suggests keeping one’s eye on the ball—a donut on one side and an egg on the other become different colored twins—a piece of grid paper on one side scales up to be a skyscraper on the other and so on. In the second version, each piece comes in all black and focuses on the pure simplicity of the novel shapes themselves.