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Dibirdibi Cushion Cover 53x53 cm

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Brighten up your lounge or bed with our large cushion covers, featuring a beautifully soft velour texture and feel. At the back of the cushion covers is a hidden zip closure, making it easy for you to wash them when needed.

The gorgeous prints were designed by artists from Mornington Island Art Centre, whose works are heavily influenced by their strong connection to land and culture.  

PLEASE NOTE: Our Cushion Covers do not come with cushions included.

WASHING: Please wash inside out before first use!

Product: Cushion Cover
Fabric: 100% Polyester - velour texture.
Dimensions: 53 x 53cm
Washing: Gentle cold machine wash inside out. Do not bleach or wring. Do not tumble dry. Cool iron not on the print side. Do not dry clean.
Story: Dibirdibi   
Artist: Dorothy Gabori

"Dibirdibi means rock cod Kayardild our language. It is our Father and his Father's totem. It was Dibirdibi who cut out the channels cutting Bentinck Island from the mainland. Dibirdibi's final resting place was the high hill Bardathurr on Sweers Island, south-east of Bentinck Island. This place is called Dibirdibi Story Place. In search of water, the old people cut the liver of Dibirdibi to pieces and threw these on to rocks at the foot of a cliff where it became a perpetual spring." - Dorothy Gabori

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Dorothy Gabori

Aboriginal Kayardild Woman

“I am the fifth child of my mother Sally Gabori. My father was Pat Gabori, he was a hunter, a hard working old fella. We used t... Learn more