Sprayground's New Collection Co-Designed By Sandflower Pays Homage To AfroFuturism in The Streetwear Fashion Revolution

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Sprayground, the world’s most influential streetwear brand known for its eccentric and highly coveted designs - has unveiled its “Ai Global”, a collection of bags inspired by AfroFuturism in fashion, a socially-conscious tribute to the Diaspora infused with a culturally rooted New York City  streetwear spirit. 


In a newly updated travel accessories collection, the capsule includes handbags that come in a spherical form – something never seen before in a Sprayground collection, duffle bags and backpacks. Each of the bags features the world's map print, highlighting the African continent in a timeless and quintessential monogram pattern. 


The concept of A.I. was created in 2018 by Sprayground founder David BenDavid and Sprayground VP and independent artist Sandflower, and has continued to grow and gain traction around the world with this being the 5th season.

The "Ai Global" collection explores the global impact of Black American culture through Sandflower’s artistic vision. The series has intimate ties to the rapidly growing feelings of unity and awareness of the multifaceted Pan African Diaspora. 

Sustainable, practical, and fashion-forward are just some of the most distinctive qualities of Sprayground’s legacy. Known for its generally eye-catching designs - along with high-quality materials - the “Ai Global” collection is no different. These bold and chic bag assortments are perfect for your next trip, whether it’s strolling through city streets or jet setting on your next adventure.

For this collaboration, Sprayground will donate a portion of its proceeds to Black Girls Code, SOS Africa and Boys and Girls Club. The capsule collection will be available online at the Sprayground website and exclusive boutiques nationwide on March 10th. For additional information, please visit www.sprayground.com

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