Going places? RainCaper has you covered. Enjoy functional art with a reverse-opening umbrella – the hands-free operation lets you talk, text and travel in style.
Color brightens any day – Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky’s unforgettable Square with Concentric Circles is a parade of vibrant colors and joyful shapes. From the permanent collection of The Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Rochester, NY, this piece was painted in 1913, when the abstract art movement was still daring and new. The double canopy displays the artwork on both the top and interior of the inside-out umbrella, so you'll look radiant from any point of view.
The unique construction captures rain to keep cars and floors dry, and the free-standing design eliminates the need for an umbrella stand. A must-have accessory for museum patrons; matches the KandinskyCircles RainCaper travel cape.
Warning: Repels rain; attracts attention!
- Large 48” arc
- 31.5” long
- Convenient automatic open button for easy use.
- Inverted umbrella with hands-free handle lets you hold phone, bag or drink
- No more damp devices, soggy purses or wet car seats
- Unbreakable fiberglass ribs
- Double canopies hide the frame; won’t snag hair
- Design is visible both inside and on top of umbrella
- Convenient self-standing design
- Weighs just 1.1 lbs