Giving away the details (For those hunting for the devil hiding in the details. We made these for you.)They just arrived and because we love sharing new things in the camp store, were gonna pick a handful of comments left here and wrap these babies up in some camp swag to send to their new homes. Many folks are surprised to hear that Bandanas were popular advertising giveaways for industrial companies starting as far back as the 1920s. (Zoom into the 9th shot here for some of our favorite examples). So to honor this (and our roots running back to 1925) we created our version to be as authentic as possible to that era and purpose. We asked our friend Jon Oye to illustrate each camp building in the old pen line style of the period.Just like this place – there are little surprises tucked into the design…hiding in all of the little corners. You cant see them right away- and most folks may never find them. Some may never look. But we know theyre there, and we love to surprise people. Next time youre here, look in the back of your rooms bottom dresser drawer. Or the top shelf of your closet. We like to find those souls as curious as we are, people who like to hunt. Because devils (and angels) are always hidden the details.DETAILS: +18×18 inches with finish whip stitch edging +Printed in water based inks (OG method vs modern silkscreening)+You pick navy or red+Comes gift boxed, and bagged in linen pouch +100% cotton, pre-washed for soft texture (Update : The 12 winners from the calendar giveaway last week have been picked! They are getting boxed up this weekend : ) wrapping presents and shipping them to strangers is our new favorite thing.