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.
Art and climbing are two of the most consistent passions in Craig Muderlak's life. Both elicit adventure and inspiration, and influence his life dramatically. These two pursuits feed off each other and create valuable human experiences through the virtues of creativity, passion and exploration. Craig Muderlak is an outdoor enthusiast and artist who merges these two passions. He finds great meaning in adventure and expresses this passion with climbing and creativity. Craig is an illustrator, painter, musician, and filmmaker. He has created award winning films and regularly sells his art domestically and internationally.
Although he works in a variety of mediums and styles, all his inspiration originates from the desire to explore his connection to expansive landscapes, often originating from the pursuit of climbing. Many of his illustrations are marked with lettering. This style developed out of his passion for journaling and exploring his deep connection to these landscapes through the written word. The text is usually illegible, comprised of jumbled letters or words without literal meaning, implemented as a pattern or compositional element.
Through the spontaneous and compulsive use of color, text and contour, he tries to share something more than simply a depiction of beautiful landscapes. Instead, he uses his illustrations as an outward expression of the obsession, yearning, emotions and questions associated with his connection to these landscapes. Whether its illustration, painting, photography, music, or film; This desire to share the valuable human experience present in climbing and creativity is represented throughout his art.