Oklahoma has always been red.
The state name came from the Choctaw words okla humma, or ‘red people.’ So it would make sense to design a flag on a field of red. A flag with a star and a 46 to pay respect to the state’s entrance into the Union in ’07. Her first flag. Simple. Honest. Hard working. Only fitting, I guess, that that flag met her end thanks to the Russian Revolution in ’17 and the subsequent red scare. Oklahoma had a beautiful flag that lasted just 14 years and it was just one color that made her disappear. Well, we’re bringing her back. One red ink run at a time.
Printed on 110lb, 100% Cotton Lettra Paper
|10% of sale price goes to support foster care|
|Size||13" x 20"|
|Origin||Honest Made in Mass.|