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All our bandanas are:

  • 100% Grown & Sewn in the USA cotton
  • Artist-designed
  • Custom-dyed
  • Printed using eco-friendly, water-based ink
  • LIMITED EDITION! once they are sold out, they are never printed again
  • 24”x24 "



Philippe Grenade-Willis is the man behind Our Numinous Nature (ig:@ournuminousnature). Our Numinous Nature is illustrations and a traveling podcast in search of profound stories focused on regional flora & fauna, history & folklore. They feature folks with a deep connection to the land, from herbalists to hunters, wildlife rehabbers to folk artists & living historians.


Here is some of the inspiration behind our October design...


"After a recent numinous bobcat experience on my trapline & a dream about an aggressive Siberian tiger that let me hold it, I’ve been absolutely enthralled with the concept of man-eating tigers both as a symbol of our time [something like Durga or Kali incarnate] and for the harrowing historical accounts throughout Nepal, India, & Russia. Large cats usually only attack people when protecting their cubs or guarding their food, but when habitat loss is pushed to its limit, prey is depleted, and most importantly, when the tiger has been injured [usually by humans] & faster prey is too hard to catch, then they become man-eaters, hunting farmers & foragers on the wooded outskirts of towns. In some of these stories, one really has the feeling that the tiger seeks revenge for its wounds. In my latest podcast episode with outdoorsman Frank Escalona, he recounts a shocking story about a man-eating puma in Patagonia. [Source: No Beast So Fierce: The Terrifying True Story of the Champawat Tiger, the Deadliest Animal in History by Dane Huckelbridge]"

October 2021 bandana by Our Numinous Nature

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