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Fire Spirit People NAIDOC 2024 Linen Blend Tea Towel

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This year’s theme is Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud.

Our NAIDOC Week 2024 collection features our talented collaborating artists' reflection on and response to this year's theme. Each artist’s unique vision is a testament to the diversity of ways we celebrate Culture, Identity and Knowledge. Their rich artworks tell an individual and collective story that we are proud to share.

This stunning range of homewares is printed and sewn locally in Meanjin, Australia. Made from natural flax linen, we are proud to introduce organic fibres and local production to our range. 

Care Instructions: Gentle machine wash with similar colours, line dry in shade, cool iron on reverse
Product:
Linen Blend Tea Towel
Materials:
Printed Cotton Blend with Linen
Size:
65cm x 45cm
Artwork: Fire Spirit People
Artist: Luke Mallie

  

Fire Spirit People NAIDOC 2024

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have danced for thousands of years, an ancient form of storytelling to transcend time. Against the backdrop of sacred land, the fire burns bright, illuminating the earth. The sun, the moon and the stars glimmer in the night sky, a testament to the powerful presence of nature. Within our hearts a fire burns, we carry pride in our land and our people, the colour and beauty like no other in the world.

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Luke Mallie

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Kuku Yalanji & Kubin Village country

“My inspiration for my artwork is my family, my Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and my tropical surroundings. I’m... Learn more