Risk RISKOLEUM Wynwood Walls Laptop Backpack
original and riveting
Hazardous Outcrop The RISK OLEUM and Wynwood Walls backpack is an essential item for your little explorer's adventures. This rucksack was designed to honor Miami's eclectic Wynwood Walls district through its use of bright colors and striking patterns. This backpack is made from long-lasting materials, so you may take it camping or to the park on the weekend.
Consisting of Features Designed to Maximize Your Comfort and Enjoyment
The Risk Rock x Wynwood Walls RISK OLEUM Backpack is a stylish and practical piece of luggage. With its padded back and adjustable straps, this backpack will keep your child comfortable while carrying all of their gear. The fact that it's made of a material that repels water also guarantees that their stuff won't be wet or stolen no matter where their adventures take them.
A quality backpack is an excellent investment, whether you need it for school or travel. The Risk Rock RISK OLEUM x Wynwood Walls Backpack is made with care and precision using premium materials. It can withstand the normal ware and tear of frequent use, making it a secure bet for the adventurist.
About the Artist
Multi-talented fine artist, sculptor, and graffiti pioneer Kelly "RISK" Graval has been synonymous with the Los Angeles art community for decades. With a career spanning over 30 years, Risk has solidified his place in the history books as a world-renowned graffiti legend and contemporary artist. From his early days as a founder of the West Coast Graffiti movement to gallery and museum exhibits around the globe, Risk has transformed from a street artist to a rising star in the contemporary art world. His work has been shown in top galleries in LA, San Francisco, Toronto, New York, Miami, and London. His work has also been featured in major museum exhibits including the 2012 "Art In The Streets" at the LA MoCA and the hugely successful “Beyond The Streets” exhibits in Los Angeles and New York. Risk has been compared to the Ferus Gallery movement by art academia. “Being called the new generation of the Ferus movement is the biggest compliment anyone could give me. They have been a huge inspiration to me. I have had the opportunity to meet and work with some of the original Ferus Gallery artists, Including his hero Ed Moses."