Better World Arts

Marks Big Tote Bag - 48x38cm

$21.50

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Better World Arts is:

  • 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
  • Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
  • Supports Indigenous employment & training

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These vibrant premium tote bags are perfect to hold books, for shopping & groceries. They also include the import addition of a zipper pocket inside where you can keep valuables safe. 

Style: Big Tote Bag
Fabric: 100% cotton canvas
Washing: Dip and wring out a cleaning rag in cold water. Drizzle liquid laundry detergent on the rag and blot the tote with the rag to spot clean the stains and any built up residue. Turn the bag inside out and spot clean the lining as well. Wipe the entire tote down with a clean wet rag to remove all soap residue. Once clean, lay the tote on a flat surface and allow it to air dry.
Dimensions: 48cm (H) x 38cm (W)
Artwork: Yalka Dreaming (bush onion)
Artist: Daphne Napurrula Marks

Yalka Dreaming (bush onion) is situated in a place called Analy, close to Town Bore Outstation. Bush onions grow after the rain and are collected by all the women. The yalka are found underneath the surface and can be eaten raw or cooked in the hot sand next to the campfire.

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Better World Art Artists

Arnhem Land, Central & Western Desert regions

Better World Artists are a collection of Australian Aboriginal artists from remote communities across Australia. They collaborate with traditional artisans from remote regions in Kashmir, Peru, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Nepal to create beautiful hand crafted products.

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