Aneura’s caps are the perfect casual hat, they both provide sun protection and are the perfect way to spice up a basic outfit.
The gorgeous artworks featured are by Warlukurlangu artists, an art centre located in the remote community of Yuendumu, Central Australia.
Fabric: 100% Polyester
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Artist: Kelly Napanangka Michaels
Majardi is a belt or tassel made of spun hair or fur worn during traditional ceremonies. Human hair or sometimes the fur from wallabies and possums is taken is rolled on the thigh and then spun using a stick spindle. This string is then incorporated into a ‘majardi’ (skirts) or tassels to be worn by women or men during ceremonies. This painting connects with the ancestral women of Mina Mina. As they travelled over their country they wore ‘majardi’ performing dances and ceremonies.
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Original Artwork by:
Yuendumu and Nyirripi