Adam Haynes

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Adam Haynes

149.00

The Canvas bag is designed as a mountain town daypack so rock it on a pre-work ski or your daily commute. It features one main compartment with a removable backpad, a lid pocket, internal mesh pocket, and security pocket. Charting in at 17 oz. and 25 liters, it fits a laptop, jacket and brown bag lunch, or enough gear and gluten for a short tour. But most importantly, take the Canvas pack anytime you feel the need to add a little color to the world.


The Canvas Series exists to bring a vibrant creativity to our customers while supporting the participating artists in their own adventure. When you purchase a Canvas pack, a portion of each sale goes directly back to the artist who drew/painted/illustrated your print. Keep in mind, these are custom and made to order so you’ll have to be patient with us while we sew your pack together.

For more info, watch the video below. Check the main Canvas Series page for the current build time.

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Born and raised of fine Central Oregon stock, artist Adam Haynes defines his vision of the world through the language of his surroundings—the vivid geography of the Cascade Range and the off-kilter character of its rural inhabitants.

Adam’s pursuit of the creative craft started as a young boy in Camp Sherman, Oregon, where a lack of television and a plentitude of books inspired hours of drawing landscapes and scenes from his imagination. He grew up with a love for the outdoors—colossal trees, lazy rivers, and the snowbound mountains he was skiing by age four and snowboarding by thirteen.

As a young man, Haynes moved to Bozeman, Montana to pursue a fine arts degree at Montana State University. In between graphic design classes, he launched exploratory missions into the steep, rocky terrain of nearby Bridger Bowl. Haynes eventually moved back to the Bend area and struck out as a freelance illustrator. He’s still painting and still getting inspired by road trips and forest rambles.

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