Kulyuru Bamboo Eco Mug 227ml
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Better World Arts is endorsed by/member of:Each year, over 100 billion single-use cups go to landfill. The time for change is now, choose to reuse! Better Worlds bamboo fibre coffee mugs are made from sustainable & biodegradable bamboo fibre. These ultra light keep cups are perfect to carry around with you on your morning commute.
Product: Bamboo Eco Mug
Materials: Bamboo fibre, silicone lid and sleeve
Artist: Nami Kulyuru
This story is of two women. They have digging sticks looking for bush food and travel on foot around Australia looking for mai (food) as they go. . When the ladies get to Wamitja they camp there the night. In the morning they see a man by himself sleeping on the top of a mountain. The ladies hit the man and roll him to a cave and hide his body. This is Nami's mother's story.
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