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Ngootyoong (Joy) Cushion Cover (53cm x 53cm)

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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 First Nations artists from around Australia.

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: Ngootyoong Joy 
Artist: Merindah-Gunya

 

Ngootyoong (Joy)

This artwork depicts a story about connection between land, water and people. The large meeting place is symbolic of Southland and the community that gather there daily. The story shows the Southlands journey through the past, present & future. Visualised through the three journey lines in the bottom right corner.

The story pays tribute to the Country which it is located on. The lands of the Bunurong people of the Kulin Nation. The meeting places connected by water show the coastline, bordering the Traditional lands of the Bunurong people. These waters have been a great contributor in allowing their culture to continue as the longest living culture on the planet.

 

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Merindah-Gunya (Bayley Mifsud)

A descendant of the Kirrae and Peek Whurrong clan of the Marr Nation

Creating art has allowed me to connect with my culture on a deeper level that I have experienced. I have been raised extremely ... Learn more