Apparel & Accessories by Elana Gabrielle seen at Creator's Studio, Portland - Mesa Bandana
Apparel & Accessories by Elana Gabrielle seen at Creator's Studio, Portland - Mesa Bandana
Image credit: Jessica Marie Photography and Mister Sister
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Item Mesa Bandana
Created by Elana Gabrielle
As seen in Creator's Studio, Portland, OR

Mesa Bandana

Apparel by Elana Gabrielle, as seen in Creator's Studio, Portland, OR


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Item Details
The Mesa Bandana is inspired by long days and cool nights overlooking vast landscapes. It is a great multifunctional textile and can be used as a classic bandana, wall hanging, or furoshiki cloth. Available in "Sagebrush" and "Charcoal".

The Mesa Bandana is screen printed with water-based inks on natural cotton fabric.

Measures 22” x 22'“

Meet the Creator

Elana Gabrielle

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Elana Gabrielle

Portland, OR

Printed goods for the body and home

Elana Gabrielle is a multidisciplinary illustrator, maker, and designer of printed textile and paper goods. Her work is influenced by wild and varied landscapes from misty mountains and foggy beaches, to dusty desert valleys. Using cut paper collage, painting, screen printing, and textile design, she weaves the natural world into her creations.

Her handmade goods mirror the environment by focusing on form and function, as well as using sustainable practices and natural fibers, dyes, and inks. Elana’s goods invite mindful interaction with nature both in the home and in the wild as a nurturing of self and space, and encourage care for the world around you.

A note on sustainability ~~~

All of our orders are shipped with 100% plastic-free materials - we use recyclable boxes, packing paper, and paper tape, as well as biodegradable clear packing tape to ensure safe delivery for the orders and the earth. We are very excited to be transitioning to using hemp and recycled cotton fibers rescued from fashion industry landfills for our paper goods, and both our textiles and paper products are printed right in our neighborhood to keep our production as local as possible.

Thank you so much for your support!

Available for commission/custom work