Good Luck Bandana
Good Luck Bandana by BANDITS
design by Ben Kocinski (Kansas City, MO)
10% of sales from this bandana are donated to:
21" x 21"
100% Organic Cotton, GOTS Certified and sustainably sourced in India from Chetna Organic, pre-washed for an extra soft feel
Printed, Cut, Sewn, and Packaged by hand at a Fair Trade Certified facility in Kolkata, West Bengal, India (FLOCERT FLO ID 4512)
Hand Wash, Line or Tumble Dry, Warm Iron, Do Not Bleach
Please note that all bandanas are printed, cut, and sewn by hand. There may be slight variations from product to product.
About the Design
The design is inspired by trying times in life and the ways in which we find comfort or hope to get through them.
About the Artist
Ben Kocinski (Kansas City, Missouri)
Kansas City based illustrator and graphic designer Ben Kocinski takes cues from design and typography from the 20s, 30s, and 40s, and indeed his creations feel transported a bygone era. True to form, he still draws most of his illustrations by hand before digitally converting them. Ben’s logos, illustrations, and designs have appeared on work for brands like Yeti, Knickerbocker Manufacturing Co., Sable Bourbon, and others.
About the Charity
reStart KC (Kansas City, Missouri) provides housing and supportive services to help homeless men, women, youth and families in the Kansas City area move toward independence and self-sufficiency. reStart is the ONLY homeless agency in Kansas City serving all homeless populations—singles, couples, gay, straight and trans-gendered individuals, and unaccompanied youth ages 12-18, as well as non-traditional families, persons with HIV/AIDS, and individuals recently released from prison or from psychiatric hospitalization.
Since 1981, reStart’s goal has remained the same—to end homelessness in Kansas City. This ambitious goal has made reStart a leader in innovative approaches to ending homelessness. Their innovation has opened doors to all homeless persons in need. In 36 years, the overnight shelter turned non-profit organization has grown and served more than 28,000 homeless individuals, including over 11,000 children and youth.