The Good Fight Bandana
The Good Fight Bandana
The Good Fight Bandana

The Good Fight Bandana

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The Artist: Estudio Miopia (São Paulo, Brazil)

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.  

Size:     21" x 21"

Fabric:  100% Organic Cotton, GOTS Certified and sustainably sourced in India from Chetna Organic, pre-washed for an extra soft feel

Make:   Printed, Cut, Sewn, and Packaged by hand at a Fair Trade Certified facility in Kolkata, West Bengal, India (FLOCERT FLO ID 4512)

Wash:   Hand Wash, Line or Tumble Dry, Warm Iron, Do Not Bleach

Please note that all of our bandanas are printed, cut, and sewn by hand. There may be slight variations from product to product.