Drawstring Bag by Justin Butler
Aboriginal Artist North Queensland Australia.
"My art is influenced by both my Kalkadoon and Bandjin stories and styles. My work involves embedding Aboriginal symbols, colours, contrasts, vantage points, and abstract designs to tell the stories of my people."
Justin Butler is an Aboriginal man from the Kalkadoon people of the Mt Isa region and Bandjin people of Munnamadahnamee (Hinchinbrook Island.) Justin's totem is the Emu foot from his Kalkadoon lineage and Yimba (Pelican) from his Bandjin lineage. Justin also has ties and connection to the Jirrabal, Warragamay and Tagalaka Aboriginal people.
Print placement will vary between bags and from image shown
30cm x 45cm
Made in Australia
Includes information about the artist and artwork.
These loqi shopping bags make the perfect gift under $15. Available in an array of fabulous colours and designs. Small and compact enough to fit in your pocket or handbag. You will never be caught short for a shopping bag again.
The product comes in a cute little zip bag which can also double up as a purse. The shopping bags also come with a little strap and press stud so its super quick to roll up and pop back in your bag for the next time you go shopping. Inside is also a little zipped compartment where you can safely put your keys and wallet.
Small and lightweight yet these reusable shopping bags hold up to 20kg. Take the environmentally friendly option with these eco friendly shopping bags. Help reduce the amount of plastic bags that end up in our waterways. A step up from the classic green eco bags. Once expanded they measure 47 x 41cm but once compressed fold back up to a compact size of 12 x 11cm.
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Head out in style with one of these great Australian made origami totes featuring artwork by Nora Davidson from Papulankutja Artists
Papulankutja (Blackstone) is a remote Aboriginal Community, located at the foothills of the Blackstone Ranges in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands, Western Australia. As well as their paintings Papulankutja Artists are known for their innovative fibre work and carvings from local wood.
Aboriginal Art Tote include information about the artist and artwork (swing tag).
Note: Each bag is a little unique as print placement varies between bags.
Artwork placement may vary from image shown.
Dimensions: 55cm x 33cm (approx).
Metal clip to secure the bag opening.
Made in Australia
Perfect for storing jewellery, earbuds and other valuables whilst on the go. Hard shell with soft lining for good protection.
4 assorted designs featuring original, native Australian bird illustrations - The Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo, Crimson Rosella, Kookaburra and Galah. All iconic birds of the Australian landscape.
Dimensions; 83 x 48 x 28mm