100% Organic Cotton, GOTS Certified and sustainably sourced in India from Chetna Organic, pre-washed for an extra soft feel
made by hand
Printed, Cut, Sewn, and Packaged by hand at a Fair Trade Certified facility in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. Please note that there may be slight sizing and color variations from product to product
21" x 21"
Standard 21 x 21 inch bandana. Machine wash cold with like colors, line or tumble dry, warm iron, do not bleach
Ty Williams is a mixed media artist focused primarily on the sea and the coastline as his subject. His work is playfully sarcastic and fancifully sublime with an element of innocence and heartbreak. Castillo Knives started working with Ty while he was surfing in Maine. As the conversation developed, it was noted that Williams had loved surfing the varied coastal waters of California during his time living in LA. Inspiration for “Foreshore” came from this experience and a desire to give back to the waters that have inspired much of his work. Joined on by BANDITS, the knife and bandana set provide two enduring tools for beach getaways. The art reminds us of all those under the surface getting together between tides.
California Wilderness Coalition (Oakland, CA)
10% of sales proceeds from this limited edition design will benefit the California Wilderness Coalition (CalWild) to aid, amongst many ongoing conservation projects, protecting coastal tributaries in Northern California from harmful runoff that affects wildlife and beach goers alike.
Since the early 1970s, CalWild has been working to protect and restore the state’s wildest natural landscapes and watersheds on public lands. These important wild places provide clean air and water, refuges for wildlife, mitigation against the effects of climate change, and outstanding opportunities for recreation and spiritual renewal for people. CalWild is the only statewide organization dedicated solely to protecting and restoring the wild places and native biodiversity of California’s public lands.
One project Cal Wild is committed to is the CROP project (Cannabis Removal On Public Lands). These grows undercut the legal market, place rural and tribal communities at risk, threaten natural resource economies, and undermine the original purpose of our public lands. Arguably, illegal cannabis production public lands may be the largest near-term threat to native species, communities, and ecosystems in much of California.
According to Chris Morrill, Executive Director of Cal Wild, "California's vast and diverse public lands are a treasure for all to enjoy. Illegal trespass grows on public lands are a scourge that pollutes our waterways, robs native fish of needed wild rivers and streams, and threatens the safety of anyone who wants to enjoy the majesty of public lands."
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