Block printed/Screen printed bandana with frayed edges- each is unique with slight variations of color and design. A numbered card in the series is included with each bandana.
This screen printed pattern portrays the evolution of reproductive rights from the time when women foraged for contraceptive plants to the introduction of the pill; from the ancient Venus symbol to a more modern depiction of the womb. Twelve dancers are depicted as protestors from across the world surrounding a sacred circle of ancient women's religious rites. Jennifer is donating a portion of the profits to BUST Magazine- one of our few remaining feminist publications.
This is the first in a series of unique hand-dyed bandanas depicting social movements and revolutions. Jennifer Maravillas began this scarf in reaction to the U.S. presidential election of 2016. Her aim is to create a reminder of the ideals we must uphold and the legacy of work in social progress handed down to us. This is only available in the pink color, pictured folded here.
See more here about the process of creating these bandanas.
Dimensions: 23" x 23"