American Apparel White Cotton w/ Black Ink
Design by WAWA (wawa4luv.com)
Note from artist:
The early 1900s were a time of displacement of over 500,000 people in the U.S. Many became "Hobos" and became a migrant society seeking work as they criss-crossed the country. The most common routes followed the railway lines and it was often a dangerous and meager lifestyle. Hobos communicated to one another by carving or drawing symbols on trees, post, bridges, and even houses to both offer directional guidance and warnings of what lay ahead. This sign was used to mark a "Safe Camp."