Ngatijirri Nests Women's Twist Top
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- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
The stretch brushed fabric is smooth to the touch, and caters to both small and large busts. If you are looking for a twist top with longer sleeves, refer to our above elbow sleeve length version.
Style: Women’s Short Sleeve Twist Top
Fabric: 200gsm 100D Polyester spandex brushed fabric: 88% polyester, 12% spandex.
Washing: Turn the garment inside out. Gentle machine wash using cold or warm water to avoid shrinkage and colours running. Wash dark colours separately. Do not bleach. Line dry in shade. Cool iron only.
Artist: Kenneth Jungarrayi Martin
Story: Ngatijirri Nests
'Ngatijirri' (Budgerigar) are small, bright green birds native to central Australia which are common around the Yuendumu area, especially after the summer rains. Men would hunt for Ngatijirri nests, robbing them of eggs and juvenile birds, which are both considered delicacies.
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- NO IRONING - BONUS
Gorgeous colours, and the style is really easy to wear and looks tidy all day at work.
Ngatijirri nests womens twist top
True to size, lovely soft fabric, great with either black or white pants. Easy care NO IRONING - BONUS
SIZE CHART - Twist Top
Please see diagram below to help with measurement locations
Only measure the required areas for garment.
MEET THE ARTIST
Kenneth Jungarrayi Martin
Aboriginal Warlpiri man
Kenneth is a member of the ‘Lajamanu Teenage Band’, they are one of the most popular live acts in the Territory and have played Survival, Burunga, Melbourne Fringe and many other community festivals. When Kenneth is not travelling with his music, he paints at the Warlukurlangu Artists Art Centre. He enjoys painting his father’s Jukurrpa, Yankirri (Emu Dreaming).