A vintage workwear unstructured 5-panel hat that features one of our favorite, original taco-inspired sayings: Hope They Serve Tacos in Hell. The Hope They Serve Tacos in Hell unisex unstructured taco hats are made of high quality rust-colored organic cotton fabric. The caps feature a sewn-on embroidered felt patch, fabric strap, and a debossed Pyknic logo on the brass buckle closure.
How fitting, a workwear hat that features one of our favorite, original coffee-inspired sayings: Overworked Under Caffeinated. Wear this one in front of your horrible boss! The Overworked Under Caffeinated unisex knit beanies are made of high quality and comfy, 100% acrylic yarn. These hats are 'rust' colored and feature a sewn-on embroidered twill patch on the knit's cuff.
Introducing the Railcar Full Service mechanic hat. The hats are crafted on manual sewing machines which gives them a handmade charm. 12 ounce Japanese Nep indigo denim for that vintage look. The Full Service was sewn using black head Singer double needle 112 industrial sewing machines for an authentic piece. - 12 ounce Japanese Nep indigo denim - Structured bill that molds and shapes to desired look - Poly Cotton interior taping for a clean finish - Shelled edge interior sweat band - Railcar "R" tab for minimal branding
Continue the Smokey Bear legacy with The Landmark Project Only You bandana. Its heritage print declares a reminder that we're all responsible for protecting our forests.
Landmark bandanas are made of 100% cotton and work great as headbands, neck scarves, or even dog accessories. They are 21"x21". All Smokey Bear products created by The Landmark Project are licensed through the US Forest Service, and a portion of the proceeds go toward wildfire prevention education.
Pisgah National Forest in the Western North Carolina mountains is home to forested trails and rushing waterfalls. Here, you can spend your days climbing Looking Glass Rock (by trail or with rope), navigating swift white waters on the Nantahala, or camping amidst the hardwood forest canopy by the Davidson River.
Landmark's knit pom beanies are jacquard woven using 100% acrylic. Available in a range of our most iconic designs, these beanies are one-size-fits-all and are sure to keep you warm and cozy!
Husband-and-wife team Gustavo (Gus) Magalhães and Carol Maia make up Estudio Miopia, a design studio based in São José do Campos, São Paulo, Brazil.
With strong roots in the independent music scene, and heavily influenced by the underground art and tattoo culture of the region, their work has been featured on concert posters, craft beer cans, skateboard decks, and even on a pizza box.
The Design: "The Good Fight"
In reflecting on the "Outlaw" theme of the collection, Carol and Gus' thoughts immediately turned to the current cultural and political climate in their home country, Brazil.
In recent years, Brazil has experienced what many in the country view as nothing short of an economic, political, social, and environmental crisis. Intolerance, income inequality, and distrust of the government are on the rise as tensions in the country have seemingly never been higher. In dark times like these, Carol and Gus believe that takes an brave, independent person to simply be honest, trustworthy, and charitable. In these times, the true Outlaws are those rare few who still attempt to better themselves, better others, and contribute to the world in a positive way.
In "The Good Fight," Miopia interprets the inherent danger, amidst the current Brazilian climate, of lending a hand to your neighbor. They show that the real Outlaws are those that can reach out, in the face of dangerous consequences, to create a more peaceful and understanding world.
The Artist: Francesco Colombo aka IVO Works (Milan, Italy)
Francesco Colombo (aka IVO Works) is an illustrator and graphic designer from Milan, Italy. A graduate of the Art Institute of Monza (Milan), Francesco's unique style places a heavy emphasis on hand-drawn black lines, detail, and simplicity. He describes hisself as an "Illustrator of Speed," with an aesthetic influenced by fuel, grease, and iron. In Francesco's words, his style is "An infinite road trip drawn on paper."
When considering the question "What does it mean to be an Outlaw" Francesco was immediately transported into the world of old Hollywood Westerns. In true cinematic style, iconic images of desert vistas and a starlit sky provide the backdrop for his design.
A lonesome highway splits the cactus-laden landscape, bringing Francesco's vision into the present day where cars and motorcycles have replaced horses. His modern Outlaw is at home an the open road, surrounded by nature, barreling toward the horizon unbound by convention. The Outlaw mentality of today isn't about breaking the law or committing crimes, it's about connecting with the natural world and appreciating the beauty of our few remaining wide open spaces. It's about getting out there, and feeling... free.