Sacrilege 10L Rolltop Rucksack
Sacrilege was designed for the 2012 olympics, by Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller and commissioned by the mayor of Londons office.
A life sized inflatable stone henge, it toured the world until its seams began to break and it was decommissioned- then it arrived with us and swerved from landfill!
For the full story of how it came to rest in our hands, have a look at the blog here
All the pieces in this collection are made from the original 2012 piece, each one is completely unique, numbered and features a tour label designed by Deller
We've heard tales of picnic lunches being carried, wellies being stored and jumpers being squashed right in, the roll over top is also an excellent place to secure a rolled blanket- excellent for festivals!
features: Extendable roll top closure to adjust capacity-Fully adjustable shoulder straps- Side bar quick release clasp front fastening- 25mm tough webbing top handle strap- Full Zip Closure- Large inner slide pocket
please note: we cannot guarantee the zip colour or stone patterning, each one is entirely unique!
H: 62cm [fully extended] 45cm [rolled] W: 35cm
A little note about us
We process, wash, hand cut and hand sew every, single bag, from salvaged fabric, right here in our workshop, on the Isle of Wight, UK
We don’t outsource any of the processes- not one!
In addition, we offer a lifetime repairs and end of life policy
That means, if your bag breaks, we’ll fix it!
We just ask that you pay the postage to get it here and back, we’ll take care of the rest!
We take responsibility for the items we create and keep them in the circular loop for as long as we possibly can!