Wild Child Versatile Bandana

Anne Sidora


Inspired by a beautiful poem, this cotton square can be used in many ways. 

The Indivisible poem is written around the illustration that artfully interprets the poem.

It is a wearable piece of art that you can use as a bandana, a face cover, an accessory but also as a collectible framed in a special place. 

This piece represents the freedom and challenges of adulthood. A genderless child is standing playfully alone on top of a mountain, surrounded by water and 13 (the lucky number) birds. It is an invitation to remember to let our inner child play and roam free even though we - as adults - can feel we carry the world on our shoulders. 

On the background, a map of Baja can be observed as, we consider that Baja California Sur; between the desert and the sea; is the perfect playground for all types of adventures! 




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