Amazing Surreal And Tribal Backpacks By Konstantin Kofta – Design You Trust

Amazing Surreal And Tribal Backpacks By Konstantin Kofta


Ready for a surreal backpack? Designer Konstantin Kofta (previously) knows how to transform the classic school kid accessory into a surrealist piece of art. He morphs knapsacks into sculptural creations, like Grecian volutes, smooth pyramid shapes, human spines, and even lifelike faces. It’s an outré accessory that is made to turn heads.

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