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Pamapardu Panel Zip Purse

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Our Panel Zip Purses boast a simplistic shape that's perfect for any occasion. They feature an array of beautiful prints designed by Indigenous artists from the remote desert communities of Yuendumu and Nyirripi in Central Australia. This slimline zip purse can be used both day and night; whether rushing out the door to go grocery shopping or go out dancing with your girlfriends it’s a timeless piece that will compliment any outfit. Experience ultimate organisation with two spacious zipper compartments to fit your phone, car keys, cards, cash and your emergency lippy and powder.

Style: Panel Zip Purse
Fabric: Digitally printed PU exterior. Polyester interior. 2 x Gold metal zip closures. Gold metal D-ring with PU wrist strap. 
Washing: Wipe down with a clean damp cloth and dry with a towel. 
Dimensions: 15cm (H) x 19.5cm (W) x 1cm (D)
Story: Pamapardu 
Artist: Theresa Napurrurla Ross 

'Pamapardu' is the Warlpiri name for the flying ants or termites that build the large anthills found throughout Warlpiri country. These large eath mounds are called 'Mingkirri.' When heavy rains come in the summer the Mingkirri get flooded out, so the Pampardu grow wings and fly off to make new homes; following their queens to dry mounds or to build new ones. Once they have reached their new home they drop their wings.

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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