This bandana tells the story of the Little George, a slaving ship that left the coast of West Africa in 1730. Three days out, the captives on the ship freed themselves and overpowered the crew. They sailed the ship back to the coast and escaped. The colors evoke the ocean water, the black profiles and bars reference the purpose of the endeavor while the rope and the swallows are nautical references. The swallows also traditionally represent love, faithfulness and homecoming. Here they are about finding your way back home.
Designed by Ama Schulman of All Very Goods, an artful accessories company based in Washington, D.C. Schulman uses her passion for design to create bright and eye-catching bandanas, tote bags, and prints that celebrate Black culture and serve as tools for self-expression
- 22" x 22"
- Designed in Washington DC
Bandana care: cold water wash in a gentle cycle or by hand. Some color fading is to be expected as the bandana softens with use.