Tavar Zawacki INCOGNITO Wynwood Walls Laptop Backpack
The backpack's eye-catching style, which was clearly influenced by graffiti art, makes it an excellent choice for those who value individuality. The backpack has a vibrant, eye-catching design that is made all the more special by the attention to detail.
Long-Lasting and Relaxing
There's more than meets the eye with the Tavar Zawacki INCOGNITO x Wynwood Walls Backpack. It was also made to last a long time and do its job effectively. The durable materials used to construct the backpack ensure it will last for many years. It's designed to fit people of all ages with its soft, adjustable straps. This bag is perfect for school, travel, or just everyday usage because to its many pockets and compartments.
Investment in the Arts
Buying this bag means you care about art and want to show your support. Famous street artist Tavar Zawacki worked with the Wynwood Walls team to produce this exclusive series. The backpack is more than just a practical item; it's also a personal expression of the artist and the one carrying it. You'll be supporting local artists and getting a top-notch product when you buy this backpack.
About the Artist
Tavar Zawacki. f.k.a. ABOVE is an American abstract artist living and working in Lisbon, Portugal. For twenty years (1996–2016) Zawacki created and signed all of his artworks with his street artist pseudonym, 'ABOVE'. Tavar Zawacki is recognized as one of street art early pioneers having created his iconic 'ABOVE' arrow dating from 2001 in the streets of Paris, France. During a 20-year period, the artworks of ABOVE could be seen in over 100 cities spanning 50 countries around the world. In January 2017, Zawacki decided to retire his focus from ABOVE and develop his gallery practice, signing all artworks with his real birth name. Zawacki's painting styles of minimalism, color field, hard-edge painting, and trompe-l'œil painting place his work in dialogue with that of Josef Albersand Ellsworth Kelly. Zawacki has exhibited internationally since 2005 in, New York City, Berlin, San Francisco, Zurich, Sydney, Milan, and Paris, among other cities. In 2019, Zawacki was commissioned by Albright Knox Museum in New York to paint the largest public art mural of his career as well as the museum's public