Free Range Artist Backpack
We are in love with these super creative artist-designed Backpacks! Designed in Bend, Oregon.
The Canvas Series is a Free Range collaboration with artists who live to get lost in the mountains. A portion of each sale goes directly back to the artist who painted/illustrated/imagined your print.
- One main compartment
- Lid pocket, internal mesh pocket, and security pocket
- Removable backpad
- Weight: 19 oz (540g)
- Volume: ~25 Liters
- Dimensions: 11.5" x 21" x 7" or 30cm x 53cm x 18cm (width x height x depth)
- Made of ~50% recycled materials
- Made in Vietnam
"Palmyra Peak" Artist is Sara Uhl: Sara is Pennsylvania Dutch born. She got a small dose of the Rockies in 2007 and has been moving further into the mountains ever since. After a 10 year career as a pro cyclist, 4 years as a beer sensory expert, and 3 years as the event director for 5Point Film Festival… her pathway to pursuing art as a full-time career has been less than traditional.
Sarah harnesses her love of the wild places and her desire to propel human connection as a means to motivate her imaginative works. With a recent focus on story maps, Sarah has worked with clients to not only showcase the beauty of a place but also the stories, legend and lure behind them.
"Center of the Universe Artist is Renan Ozturk: Renan has created a lifestyle that blends his passion for exploration with an incredible eye for art and story telling, whether it be through film, paint or photography. He is a co-founder of Camp 4 Collective, an adventure based video production company that believes every experience and setting has a story to tell.
Fun fact about Renan and his wife Taylor... They live in Park City (when they’re not exploring the far reaches of the world) and built THE COOLEST sustainably-built, passive-solar energy, model-of-efficiency home they call Summit Haus.
"Cosmic Mountains" Artist is Liz Swindell: An East Coast transplant living in the Northern Sierra Nevada, Liz is an artist, educator, curator, and community builder. She is passionate about the arts and believes they are an important tool for celebrating our individual realities, creating connections, and building a more joyous and understanding world.
Believing that life is better in full color, Liz works in layers to create fanciful artworks inspired by her travels through the natural world. Her landscapes are works of play, taking the viewer somewhere both familar and known.
Fun fact... Liz is the owner and curator of Wild Pines Shop!