SPRAYGROUND was started by NYC designer DBD. Originally created as a blank backpack company designed for street artists to easily transport spray cans. Sprayground has now evolved into a collection of original designs created by DBD and friends, has made an impact in the bag industry with the Hello My Name Is Backpack. Growing up in Miami skateboarding & surfing, DBD was always inspired by deck art and the street art at all of the local skate spots. As a kid DBD was always on the go and would regularly pack his whole life in his backpack, so it only made sense when he started an art inspired backpack line years later. Not only did DBD want to create expressive backpacks, but he also put a lot of focus into the construction of the backpacks to ensure they have a great modern shape, fit and feel, with fine regard to detail and to be extremely functional and comfortable for those who are on the go!
All of Sprayground’s backpacks feature a plush velor-lined notebook compartment that can fit up to a 17” laptop, a interior slip pocket for an iPad/tablet PC. The main compartment does include a inner slip pocket and zipper for organization and other media, like MP3 players/iPods and mobile phone holders. With young men and well even at any age electronics are such a huge thing in ones life nowadays.
Some of the available styles and designs are:
- Hello My Name Is backpack (available in red, black and blue):
- Subway backpack
- Wildstyle backpack
- Soldiers backpack
- Rasta backpack
- Cope backpack
You Can Buy: you can go here and order from their website. You can also go here and see what places you can also purchase these items. Plus the really cool people over at Sprayground has offered a 20% off code until June 15th just use the code JUNE
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