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The Westie Tea Towel range illustrated by Kerrie Gottliebsen celebrates Melbourne’s fabulous west. The vibrant artworks can be used to dry the dishes, or hang as striking wall art, framed or using magnetic hanging systems. They are 50cm x 70cm, printed in Melbourne on quality 210 gsm cotton, and hand sewn with a hanging loop.
This vintage inspired artwork celebrates Yarraville’s Sun Theatre. The famous inner west destination originally opened in 1938 as a single screen cinema. It forms a much loved and nostalgic part of Victoria’s cinema scene. Sun theatre first dates, children’s parties, private screenings, famous choc tops, post movie drinks at a local bar or a browse in the book shop are synonymous with Yarraville. Today it’s an eight screen cinema attracting movie lovers from not only Victoria but worldwide. Even Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L Jackson and Kurt Russell popped in for the 70mm screening of the Hateful Eight. If you haven’t eaten a peppermint choc-top, you haven’t lived. This Yarraville Sun tea towel will make the perfect gift for lovers of The Sun Theatre, Yarraville and Melbourne’s West.