What's ChalkWild?

“Art Washes From Your Soul The Dust Of Every Day Life” Pablo Picasso

“All children are born artists, the problem is to remain an artist as we grow up.” –Pablo Picasso

Hien, an 11 year old kid invented this erasable backpack for kids to create art anytime, anywhere, and as often as they want. It is their own portable art gallery & art therapy rolled into one.

18x13x5 inches with plenty of room for your stuff & an18x13 inches surface as your blank canvas to create art. (colors: black & blue)

  • 15x12x6 inches with a tablet sleeve and plenty of room for your child’s stuff.
  • 15×12 inches surface for them to create their art anytime, anywhere, as often as they want for a custom one-of-a-kind backpack, for art therapy, or for calming when stress or anxiety arises.
  • Colors: Pink, Green, Orange.
  • 18x13x8 inches with laptop & tablet sleeves and plenty of room for all your stuff. 
  • 18×13 inches surface to create your own art anytime & anywhere you want for a custom one-of-a-kind bag and for some art therapy if needed.
  • Colors: Black & Blue.

What Our autism moms say

"ChalkWild backpack is a wearable art therapy for Autism, ADHD, and Anxiety"

Alicia Trautwein

"...But what if he could create his own dinosaur art on his backpack that could mature as his interest matured and developed? How special and unique would that be!" "Genius"

Elizabeth Barnes

My favourite feature is that the bag can be used to write notes. I will definitely be writing reminders on this so my son doesn't forget what he needs. But you could also use it as a method of communication between home and school for nonsensitive information e.g. slept badly last night or going to be picked up by dad today.

Catie, Autism mom in Holland

"..You would not write anything sensitive on it! We just write things like, up at 2 am & may be tire, out of rice cakes, never got bottle water returned, grandma pick up today... Nothing private. But not all notes need to be private. And it's really cool for when he goes to therapy because the therapist knows how his day at school went."

Jaci Wheeler, Author

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