Time just for a quick tour? Our dedicated
team of bagsurfing specialists suggest the following sites:
Airsicknessbags.czechian.net: Nice, clean design from young Czech
collector Petr Manda
Airsicknessbags.dk: Listing of 2000+ bags from Thomas Homer
Goetz's massive collection. Includes his swaps, but sadly, no bag
airsickness bags collection: Bilingual English/Japanese site by
Toshiaki Anan, with clickable thumbnails attractively arranged by
Joint collection of German Tütologen Thorsten Hecht and Gerhard Lang.
Extensive collection. Click on the thumbnails to see a larger scan and
details of each bag.
Collection Chris Hays, a young British former bagophile. Most of his
collection was taken over by UK/New Zealand collector David Bradford.
Reiner Schulz's Bagistan National Museum of Bags.
Bagland: Alan Howlett's collection
of over 550 bags, all displayed
in widescreen format in glorious Technicolor®, so you can see every
fold, crease and ethnic food stain.
Bagstage: The collection of German baggist Walter Brinker. List of
bags and swaps. Scans are promised for the future.◊Oct 2006
Central: Entertaining site from Ernest Cox, features the world's
only barfbag carousel.◊Apr
Třrrissen's Needful thingsnew:
Only a few bags, but makes up for this with a wealth of ancillary
bags: A listing of German collector
Daniel Kahleyss's collection. No pictures, but
aficionados might be interested to check his list of airlines who did NOT
supply him with bags when he asked.
Barforama: Small but nicely designed site by Larry Nadon.
Blici-pytliky.czechian.net: This site is managed by two Czech
baggists, Jan Tomášek and Petr Mack. ◊Sep
A small (but highly coloured) collection of Cédrick Gauthier-Lacognata's
European bags - in 11 languages, including Romanian, Norwegian, Catalan and Sicilian.
Formerly called Giramondo
David Shomper's Barfbag Site:
Imaginatively named site belonging to David Shomper: claims to be the
world's highest (above sea level)
DesignForChunks: A site rich in potential bag designs, rather than real bags. Some awesome designs to inspire airlines that offer boring plain white bags. Check here for a quick taste.
Kouvalainen's Strange hobby: This Finnish collector has over 100
bags but just a few bag images on his site.
fmd's Air and Sea Sickness Bags Collection:
Italian collection by Fulvio Dossena, with some bags scanned.
Small site in German and English by Frank Wentzel. Does not seem to have
been updated recently.
airsickness bags: "Belgium's first website dedicated to the
wondrous world of airsickness bags". Nice, clean design by Frédéric
Courtay, with over 100 bags. ◊Apr 2005
This Swiss collector has an extensive bag gallery.
Indojin: Or something like that. Sawada Ken's collection, in
Very nicely designed site displaying Christian Annyas's collection.
Kotztüten-Museum: Informative and entertaining site in German.
Jakkiez's collection: This young Thai collector started
the original Yahoo! barfbags egroup.
Johnny's Barf Bags
Website: Small collection from an Israeli
Kanako's collection: Small collection from a Japanese baggist, but
with some rare East Asian items. ◊Dec
Useful thumbnails to help you identify unknown bags.
Kotztueten: Handy reference of Frederik Witte's bags, with a Hall
of Fame of donors.
Kotztueten.de: Small German collection
from Christian Becker.
Kotztuete.net: Collection curated by Martin Zeil and Thomas Krämer, divided into German, European and non-European bags. ◊Jul 2007
Kyoko's Airsickness Bag Collection:new
Japanese collector Kyoko Hagino-Tomioka has some interesting items
from Asia and the Pacific.◊Mar 2008
Max Sammet's Barfbag Page: With optional background hurling sounds.
Michael Cooper's Barf Bags: This University of Berkeley professor lends a bit of academic kudos to the profession of baggery.
Watch the news video of his collection. ◊Aug 2007
Mike's World Wide Web of Barfbags:
Small collection of American bags. For some reason it features high on a
lot of search engine results.
Ohayuni's collection: In both English and Japanese.
Rasmus Mřller Sřrensen's Collection: Site in English and Danish with thumbnails of some of the bags.
Thalmann's site: Features poetry as well as
large-sized bagscans so you can check every flaw and crease in Rolf's
collection. ◊Nov 2005
Russell Buckley's swaplist: This British safety card collector
also trades bags.
Sam's Airsickness Bags: This young Israeli collector's site boasts hundreds of bags. Clickable pictures of some.
Sickbagman: By UK collector Steve James,
but has not been updated since he sold his collection to US baggist Earl
Waibel. Some memorable items on display.
Takeshi and Tomoko Muto's sickbag page: Specializes in Japanese bags. A pity they don't trade.
de Kort claims this is the "second Belgian site on
barfbags". Nice collection with handy clickable thumbnails.
Torby na Pawia:
Leszek Szałapak's site, in English and Polish. Apparently the Poles think
that barfbags have something to do with peacocks.
ULC's Airsicknessbags: Danish baggist Ulrik Christensen's
collection. Listing of bags, but sadly no scans.
Vismod: A collection that has now been donated to Steve
Silberberg's Virtual Museum.
Includes wallpaper to download.◊Feb
The virtual museum of ralphing
receptacles. Only three pages, but packed full of clickable
bags. Owner of this fine site is US-based collector Harry Robertson.
Wolfgang Franken: Useful bilingual (English and German) site, with big list of other sites, a bulletin board and news of collectors' conventions.◊Nov
Yaho de Ville: If you speak Polish, this is the bagsite for you. The Torebki link in the menu leads to the bags.
Yahoo: The folks at Yahoo have finally seen fit to give bagophily the prominence it deserves.
Zio Guido's site: This Italian collector offers visitors a barfbag postcard.◊Jan