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Kula Cloth® Artist Series - 'Colorado Conglomerate'
Kula Cloth® Artist Series - 'Colorado Conglomerate'

Kula Cloth® Artist Series - 'Colorado Conglomerate'

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$22.95
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$22.95

 The stars in the sky

On this special design

Are more than the stars

In a horoscope sign

Together they shine

Bringers of twinkling light

A reflection of you

Shines above every night.  

Brinkley Messick, the artist behind this incredible piece, painted the original on a piece of wood! This image includes a mountainscape from Colorado (where he lives) combined with the constellations that were visible on the night that his daughter was born. DOES IT GET ANY MORE SPECIAL THAN THAT!? 

Here are the facts about a Kula (note: I cut and pasted this because it's too boring to write out every single time)....

- super absorbent (absorbs 10x its weight in water!) and soft 

- advanced silver-infused, antimicrobial fabric 

- eco-friendly non-toxic materials (Bamboo Viscose, Cotton, Organic Cotton, Polyester)

- durable and waterproof 'clean' side so your hand doesn't get wet 

- easily snaps to backpack using plastic snaps

- 'double snap' allows cloth to hang while folded in half (so it doesn't touch pack and/or get dirty on the trail)

- easy to clean or rinse and quick to dry

- retro-reflective thread detail for locating it at night with your headlamp

- size is approx 6x6 inches

- weight per cloth is .63oz 

- proudly made in the USA

For more information about use/care, please read our Kula FAQ here

Learn more about the artist Brinkley Messick:

Bio: Originally from North Carolina Brinkley 'Brink' Messick traded the Southern Appalachians for the Southern Rockies in 2006 and currently works out of a 1964 Airstream art studio in Salida Colorado.  First and foremost Brink is a dad and family man, in addition he also makes art and has been involved in the Outdoor Recreation and Conservation world in Colorado for almost two decades. He developed an intimate connection with the landscape while guiding horse packing and mountaineering in the central part of the state before transitioning into the world of stewardship, conservation and trails. "As outdoorists it is imperative to preserve and protect the resources that which we recreate within, trails are both vital access to outdoor recreation and for some a vital outdoor recreation resource themselves."
When not building trails or making art  Brink is most likely playing outside on a bike, in the snow, and introducing his 2 kids to the 22 million acres of public land in their backyard. 
You can find more of Brinkley's incredible art on his website here: www.brinkleymessickart.com.
You can follow Brinkley on Instagram here: @brinkleymessickart