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.
Rachel Pohl is a local Bozemanite, full time artist, and just really likes being outside. She grew up exploring wild places with her family, and has been telling stories of her adventures through color and imagery since she was four years old. Some of her favorite activities include skiing, mountain biking, going hard in the paint (outdoors), going hard in the paint (indoors), climbing, and rollerblading.
Rachel acquired a BFA in painting at MSU Bozeman last December. She travels to pursue her athletic and artistic passions, but will always call Montana home. Rachel loves to paint in peculiar places, like base camps, moving vehicles, backcountry huts, and especially loves hiking paints into the mountains to work. This summer, she is teaming up with a handful of other artists to illustrate public lands that need protecting, which is very exciting to her as conservation art is the direction she is going in with her work.
Rachel has recently taken up mural painting, shows in galleries, sells prints, and collaborates with various brands to create colorful, wearable art. Her vibrant, stylized landscapes divulge tales of adventure, gratitude, and the fleeting nature of seasons and light.