Stingray Fever Beach Towel
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Traka Outdoor is:
- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
Product: Beach Towel
Materials: Polyester front and cotton back
Washing: Warm machine wash with regular detergent. Do not use fabric softener. Only wash after a couple of uses. Rinse towels after being used poolside to remove the chlorine residue that can fade colours.
Dimensions: 75cm x 150cm
Story: Stingray Fever
Artist: Robert Levi
“Stingrays are bad news, they’ll have anyone crying like a baby. The barbs were used for spears back in the day, when there wasn’t metal around. And traditionally we would use the stingray tale to make rings for fighting, to battle. We would cut the tail off and we’d dry it out on a piece of wood and then we’d wear it like a ring.” - Robert Levi
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A great gift for a teenager who is hard to buy for. Great material
Loved everything from start to finish
Love the packaging, love the speed of delivery, love the personal touches - nothing not to love. Thanks!!
Turtle beach towel
Haven't used it yet, waiting to go on holiday but i like it very much
MEET THE ARTIST
Torres Strait Islander Kauraraig Man
Robert’s first memory of being artistic was from grade three when he took some chalk and drew a large Jurassic Park mural, it was from there that his passion for art and painting began. He creates art as a way of passing on stories, keeping culture alive and inspiring the younger generation.