Backpacks, shoulder bags, tote bags, boston bags, pouches, handbags, bags come in various forms classified by the act of holding. Depending on the shape, some have a handle, some don't, and some have a little handle like a loop on the back of a backpack. However, there are many times when I grab the part that is not the handle on a daily basis. Also, like the backpack mentioned above, you may end up using the handle attached for support on a daily basis. The act of having that much is unpredictable.
By forcibly attaching hard handles to bags of various shapes (as if they were "taken" and attached), I would like to create a conscious place to hold them. The handle always faces up and welcomes us. The idea of "having" may change.