"Artist Series" - Night Oak - Snapback Hat - Grey/Black
"Artist Series" - Night Oak - Snapback Hat - Grey/Black
"Artist Series" - Night Oak - Snapback Hat - Grey/Black
"Artist Series" - Night Oak - Snapback Hat - Grey/Black
"Artist Series" - Night Oak - Snapback Hat - Grey/Black
"Artist Series" - Night Oak - Snapback Hat - Grey/Black
"Artist Series" - Night Oak - Snapback Hat - Grey/Black
$ 28.00

"Artist Series" - Night Oak - Snapback Hat - Grey/Black

The Rise Designs Artist Series is a collaboration with like-minded artists of various creative backgrounds, producing new and exciting products.


 Featured Artist: Rachid Dahnoun - Instagram @rachidphoto - www.rachidphoto.com

  • One Size Fits Most / Adjustable Snap Closure 
  • Custom RISE Designs label 
  • Artwork - Collaboration with Rachid Dahnoun
  • Adjustable Snap Buckle / One Size Fits Most 
  • Grey Brim / Grey Meshback / Black silhouetted photo
  • Structured Firm Front Panel
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    Rachid Dahnoun - Short Bio


    Rachid Dahnoun is a photographer and director who draws viewers into the earth’s wildest places. His work has appeared in hundreds of publications, such as National GeographicThe New York Times, and Outside. Some of his commercial clients include Microsoft, Time Inc., and Coors Light. He also works with non-profits dedicated to landscape conservation, like the National Parks Conservation Association, The Trust for Public Land, and The Conservation Fund.

    With studios in Lake Tahoe and Healdsburg, California, he logs frequent trips into the Sierra and along Sonoma’s picturesque coastline—often accompanied by wife Regina and his dog Avery.

    This year Dahnoun was recognized by Nikon as one of the world’s top 100 rising stars in photography (#Nikon100).

     

    About the Image


    "Night Oak"
    One of my favorite subjects to shoot is trees. I especially love when all the oaks in northern California shed their leaves during winter. Each tree takes on its own magical silhouette and personality. I passed by this tree many times on my hikes at Lake Sonoma. One evening, during a new moon, I returned to photograph the tree under the Milky Way and night sky. I felt the night sky would be the ultimate compliment to this eerie wonder of nature.