Lappi Lappi Dreaming Bucket Hat
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- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
You can’t go wrong with a good bucket hat. These vibrant bucket hats are both trendy and sun safe. The gorgeous artworks featured are by Warlukurlangu artists, an art centre located in the remote community of Yuendumu, Central Australia.
Style: Bucket Hat
Sizing: 60cm circumference with a 2.5cm tolerance
Fabric: 100% Polyester
Washing: Bucket Hat - hand wash in warm water with laundry detergent and lay flat to dry.
Story: Lappi Lappi Dreaming
Artist: Portia Napanangka Michaels
This artwork is about 'Lappi Lappi' - a rock hole near Lake Hazlett, WA. Lappi Lappi provides a permanent source of water and is surrounded by country rich in bush tucker. In the Dreamtime, mothers with young children would gather at Lappi Lappi because it was a safe place to stay. The rock hole was home to a rainbow serpent that would travel underground between various rocks holes. One day, women were gathered at the rock hole with their children singing and dancing. The rainbow serpent heard the sound of voices so it travelled silently towards them under the water. When it reached the edge of the rockhole it rose out of the water and ate them all.
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perfect fit... great design
Fantastic hat love it
No worries! Item as described. Prompt delivery.
It’s a good size and fits both mine and my daughters heads. I now need to buy another one so we stop fighting over who’s going to wear it.
MEET THE ARTIST
Portia Napanangka Michaels
Aboriginal Warlpiri woman
Portia was born into a family of artists. She is the daughter of Mary Anne Nampijinpa Michaels, a well-known Warlukurlangu artist. “I watched my mother paint and my grandmother paint. They told me all about dreaming.” Portia paints Lappi Lappi Jukurrpa (Lappi Lappi Dreaming) from her mother’s side and Janganpa Jukurrpa (Brush-tailed possum Dreaming) from her father’s side.