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This bandana is:


  • 100% grown & sewn in the USA undyed organic cotton
  • Artist-designed
  • Printed using eco-friendly, water-based ink
    • once they are sold out, they are never printed again
  • Bandanas measure 21"x21"

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Joshua Minnich is a designer and illustrator based in Portland, Oregon. Joshua has been full-time freelance since 2010 and specializes in illustration and hand-lettering with a focus on branding, label and packaging design. His work is inspired by his love of camping and nature, as well as design and typography from the late 1800’s-1940’s. He collects vintage packaging and labels to surround himself with inspiration and interprets the inspiration from these items with a new, yet timeless approach.

Here is the story behind the design :
“ I was both saddened and angered last year when I heard the news of the demolition at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. In a nonsensical act of fear, racism and ignorance, land that the park was created to protect, was destroyed. Many rare species and historical sites are now threatened and in danger. Iconic cacti that can live to be over 200 years old have been plowed over, not even to be relocated. Laws protecting Native American burial grounds, endangered species and the environment itself were all waived. I could go on and on about the irreparable effects of this.

This isn’t news to anyone, as it began last year, but it has only gotten worse. I feel powerless in situations like this. The sad truth is that we can’t stop it from happening, and even if construction was stopped, the destruction is beyond repair.

This design is my attempt to speak to what is right and what should be done; Protecting Public Land. This matter has been weighing on me, so this felt like a good opportunity to illustrate something I’ve always felt strongly about. “

December 2020 bandana designed by Joshua Minnich

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