Our archive of limited release and Rumpl collaborations created with brands and artists we love.
So iLL x On the Roam
Fusing Jason Momoa's signature So iLL x On The Roam print with purpose-built features you've come to love from our Original Puffy Blanket. This collaboration was inspired by a shared love for the great outdoors and the climbing community.
Houdini exists to reconnect people to nature and Rumpl exists to amplify shared magical moments.
Rumpl is the global leader in performance blankets made for everywhere and Houdini is the global leader in responsible functional lifewear. Together we have designed a waterproof, breathable blanket made of recycled materials and designed to be recycled.
Nicole McLaughlin is a designer based in Boulder, Colorado. In 2018, a hobby evolved into a career of exploring new and greater possibilities for sustainability. She focuses on upcycling and circularity in her designs to raise awareness for sustainability.
This collab features the first-of-its-kind Pack Mat.
Joseph Toney is a visual artist fueled by the vastness of America’s mountain west, his illustrative painting style reimagines view after view. With a painstaking attention to detail he creates abstracted memory scapes as complex murals and studio works.
Gretchen Leggitt is an artist whose large murals and illustrations explore a diverse range of subjects and mediums, evidence of her passion for expansive investigations of the creative world. An avid adventurer and traveler, Gretchen's playful subjects are mused by influential places that have caught her eye along the way.
Craig & Karl
Craig & Karl are an artist duo working across design, illustration, animation, and installation. They collaborate daily, creating bold, playful, multidisciplinary work rooted in an evolving exploration of colour, pattern, shape, and texture.
D.J. Javier is a Filipino American artist, known for his bold artwork that blurs the lines between fine art & graphic design. His work finds its inspiration from his Filipino heritage, intertwined with the diverse countercultures of Southern California.
Hailing from Hilo, Hawaii, artist, husband, and father, Aaron Kai brings his signature waves to The Original Puffy Blanket inspired by his childhood growing up on the Big Island. Soak up the rays and waves with the Rumpl x Aaron Kai Original Puffy Blanket Hokusai Great Wave.
Shae Anthony is an Atlanta-based artist who was inspired by the lack of BIPOC representation in commercial art to create art and illustrations that celebrate women of color and their unique experiences.
Maggie Thompson (Fond du Lac Ojibwe) was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN. As a textile artist and designer she derives her inspiration from the history of her Ojibwe heritage, exploring family history as well as themes and subject matter of the broader Native American experience.
Nathan Brown is a Nashville-based artist and muralist who draws inspiration from skateboarding, travels, painting graffiti, gradient color palettes in nature, city life, and structural lines in architecture.
We're thrilled to team up with Mary Carroll, a Portland-based ceramic artist, to feature her Vintage Tee artwork on our brand new CozyHemp™ Blanket. Her style is inspired by childhood loves and nineties sitcoms, and her creative drive and fun energy have helped grow her business.
Inspired by his love of the ocean, artist and surfer Erik Abel used bright, bold colors and geometric patterns for our capsule collection. Featuring two Original Puffy Blankets and an Everywhere Towel, this partnership was made for a day on the beach.
SRAM x John Vogl
We teamed up with legendary bike component manufacturer SRAM, and John Vogl, a Minneapolis-based artist with a mix of digital and traditional mediums, to bring this vibrant blanket to life.
Lisa Congdon, the famed artist, is back with another print. Introducing the Terra Fauna Original Puffy Blanket – a print inspired by the colorful Painted Hills located in central Oregon.
Known for his Mountain Landscape Art and PBS Show The Joy of Painting, Bob Ross is one of the most influential artists in American History. We teamed up with him for our latest RAD print.
We partnered with Kassie Kussman, a silversmith, artist, and athlete, to bring her original print, Copper Basket, to life. A portion of the sales of this print will benefit the First Peoples Fund, an organization committed to honoring and supporting Indigenous artists and culture bearers.
To celebrate Yellowstone National Park's 150th Anniversary, we teamed up with Parks Project to bring you an all-new Yellowstone Original Puffy Blanket. Join us in cozying up to America's first National Park.
We’ve teamed up with our friends at legendary Japanese outdoor brand Snow Peak again to develop the perfect fire-resistant blanket for enjoying time with friends around the fire. Built for Takibi Time, or “bonfire” in Japanese, this blanket marries beautiful design, function, and sustainability.
Over the years, we've teamed up with our good friend and Portland-based graphic designer, Aaron Draplin. The first Rumpl x DDC Blanket was a smash hit, so we decided to keep the momentum going in 2021. As our first RAD Artist in Residence, Aaron is back with three new blankets this year.
We partnered with North Drinkware on the limited edition Mt. Hood Après Set, designed to help you unwind after a long day in the mountains under a warm blanket with a stiff drink. Plus, $10 of every set sold will be donated to the Pacific Crest Trail Association, the non-profit committed to preserving the PCT corridor.
Jeremy Koreski, the photographer behind two of our all-time best-sellers, "Old Growth" and "Cold Growth", is back with a brand new print just in time for Fall. We teamed up with the photographer to introduce "Gold Growth" to the three-print collection we're calling The Growth Series.
Jer Collins x Osprey
We teamed up Jer Collins and Osprey to create a print that shows our love for the Virgin, Colorado and Gunnison Rivers. Through this creative collaboration, Rumpl and Osprey will donate $10,000 to American Rivers to protect and restore our nations rivers and clean water.
We teamed up with artist, designer, and upcycler Nicole McLaughlin to create a one-of-a-kind outfit made from samples, unsellable returns, and damaged Rumpl products. With the partnership, we donated $10,000 to WeGotNext, a nonprofit that promotes diversity in the outdoors –– something both Rumpl and Nicole are passionate about.
Salehe Bembury designed the NanoLoft® Travel Blanket for his New Balance 2002R "Water Be The Guide" release. This blanket was exclusive to friends and family only.
*Profile Photo Courtesy of New Balance*