Lifestyle Label Sprayground set to drop new Collection

June 12, 2019
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Sprayground’s 6-13 unveiling is the most significant collection since the brand was founded in 2010. In his pursuit of creative expression, founder and head designer David Ben David has developed an impressive array of unique bags and accessories. This latest batch includes collaborations with music artists Asian Doll, Jon Z, and pro-football players Javis Landry and Alvin Kamara. Several styles have already started to gain some traction in the media including the Evil Money, Game Over Shark, and Neon Shark backpacks. In recent months DBD has been on overdrive launching several projects in conjunction with the latest Sprayground debut.

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What’s even more impressive, with all the work put into developing the 6-13 collection, David Ben David found time to drop a music video to his new song “No Work” as part of the launch of his record label. Along with the music video, DBD dropped two separately themed campaigns for the new collection. The first is a 70s inspired theme shot at the Houdini Estate in Hollywood Hills. The second campaign is an aviation theme packed with amazing photos and an Instagram video which David Ben David has been promoting as part of the Sprayground 6-13 launch.

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