One of the 20th century’s most intimate image makers, American Artist Nan Goldin first started taking photographs as teenager in Boston in the 1960s, then in New York in the 1970s. Goldin’s developed a practice of making vivid portraits of those in her community. Often the bodies she documents are those repressed by het- ero-normative society, living on its borders. Created during moments of intimacy, these candid images serve to memorialize a subculture, at the very moments of its radical destabilization by forces within and beyond art’s purview— the HIV epedemic, the Opoid crisis. Medea has partnered with Nan Goldin on limited edition bags featuring “Trixie on a Ladder,” 1969 and “Jimmy Paulette and Taboo in the bathroom,” 1991. The bags printed with Goldin’s confidante and muses are a celebration of those who exceed bounds. This special edition consists of 500 limited edition calfskin bags. The Medea Nan Goldin limited edition bag campaign was shot in Paris by Nan Goldin.