Alperstein Designs Justin Butler fold up backpack

Alperstein Designs

Alperstein Designs Justin Butler fold up backpack

Sale price$34.99 AUD
Pickup available at 64 Bridge rd Usually ready in 2 hours

Alperstein Designs Justin Butler fold up backpack

64 Bridge rd

Pickup available, usually ready in 2 hours

64 Bridge Road
Richmond VIC 3121


Alperstein Designs Justin Butler Fold Up Backpack

Ensure your on-the-go lifestyle is never slowed down with this stylish fold-up backpack. Lighter than ever before, this foldable backpack is designed to easily travel with you and protect your belongings from the elements. Crafted with quality materials, it easily folds flat, making it a great space-saving option for everyday and long-term travel. Durable and stylish, it is sure to become an essential item for all your adventures.

Fold up backpack features Aboriginal Artwork by Queensland Aboriginal Artist, Justin Butler.

Artwork placement varies between bags and may vary from image shown.
Includes information about artist and artwork.

Fold up Backpack Features:

  • Dimensions (Folded): 27cm x 22cm x 3cm (approx)
  • Print placement will vary from bag to bag.
  • Adjustable Padded straps
  • 2 x zip pockets at front.
  • Main compartment - zip closure.
  • Backpack folds back up into front pocket.
  • Based on artwork by Justin Butler .
  • Packaged with information about the artist and artwork.
  • Made in Australia

Makes a great travel, hiking, or back to school gift!

Justin Butler

Aboriginal Artist North Queensland Australia

"My art is influenced by both my Kalkadoon and Bandjin stories and styles. My work involves embedding Aboriginal symbols, colours, contrasts, vantage points, and abstract designs to tell the stories of my people."

Justin Butler is an Aboriginal man from the Kalkadoon people of the Mt Isa region and Bandjin people of Munnamadahnamee (Hinchinbrook Island.) Justin's totem is the Emu foot from his Kalkadoon lineage and Yimba (Pelican) from his Bandjin lineage. Justin also has ties and connec­tion to the Jirrabal, Warragamay and Tagalaka Aboriginal people.