Creepy But Amazing Kafka-Inspired Cockroach Backpack – Design You Trust

Creepy But Amazing Kafka-Inspired Cockroach Backpack

A Dangerous Minds reader submitted these images of a Kafka-inspired cockroach backpack without any information. The text at the bottom is in Spanish and says “To go to work… with style.”

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