This Artist Creates Beautifully Bizarre Backpacks That Look Like Octopus, Spiders, And Beetles – Design You Trust

This Artist Creates Beautifully Bizarre Backpacks That Look Like Octopus, Spiders, And Beetles

Belarusian artist Olga Kotova creates and sells on Etsy amazing backpacks that are guaranteed to freak out everyone who sees you wearing one of them on the street. All backpacks are entirely handmade from sheep’s wool and you can choose various colors. Scroll down to see some of her best works!

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