New York based designer DBD originally started Sprayground to create backpacks for street artists needing to transport their spray cans. But the label has come a long way since creating those blank backpacks. These days the company makes bold printed packs which are like wearable works of art.
Backpacks are in DBD's blood. As a child growing up in Miami Florida, the active youngster would regularly pack all his possessions into his backpack. So it makes sense that the bag style he was so passionate about is his company's centerpiece.
The Hello My Name Is backpack is one of Sprayground's best sellers, but recent designs including the camo print Soldiers Backpack, the Jamaican influenced Rasta Backpack, and the graffitied Subway Backpack show it's no one trick pony.
The attention to detail is impressive, especially considering that Sprayground backpacks cost just $48. Each dual-compartment backpack is made from durable nylon. The front pocket is large enough to hold a 15-inch laptop, while the rear is packed with pockets designed to carry smaller gadgets. The shoulder straps are ergonomic, and the back panel padded for extra comfort. Hidden skateboard straps allow you to attach your board for convenient carrying to the skate park.
Sprayground backpacks have a host of celebrity fans, including Bruno Mars, Kyle Massey, and Perry Reeves of Entourage. You can join them by purchasing your own Sprayground backpack from the company's e-store.
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