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FROM WAY BACK

Barn Banners have deep roots in America’s cultural heritage. They reference the old practice of “barn-quilt” painting, where a single unit of a textile pattern would be blown up to titanic proportions and transferred to a wooden board hanging on a barn. The play of different colors and shapes expressed moral lessons intuitively and briefly, like visual haikus. In this spirit, we assigned our own meanings to the colors of Barn Banners, making every design a fable.

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