Backburn Healing - Sea Lifestyle Fold-Up Reusable Shopping Bag
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Lore Clothing Co is:
- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
What's not to love about our Fold-Up Shopping Bags! Bright, colourful and reusable, these shopping bags are the perfect replacement for all the unnecessary plastic shopping bags we currently use. Our bags are able to be folded into a convenient carry pouch- very cool!
This year’s NAIDOC theme “Heal Country” calls for us to all continue to seek greater protections for Indigenous lands, waters, sacred sites and cultural heritage. Join us as we come together to recognise and protect First Nations Country and culture.
Style: Fold-Up Shopping Bag with Carry Pouch
Dimensions: 45cm (L) x 33 (H) x 9 (W)
Pouch Size: 10cm x 10cm
Story: Backburn Healing - Sea Lifestyle
Artist: Robert Levi
The Traditional Warriors/Rangers are doing a backburn in order to prevent bushfires and make fresh growth. The dot circle represents the main waterhole where the native animals look for shelter from the heat.
The depiction of the Torres Strait Sea Living and Water Management. Shown here are various water totems like dugongs, turtles and shellfish. The man/woman/child represent family healing and the headdress symbolizes the old ways.
Will leave the warehouse within 1-2 business days.
Standard Shipping: $6.95
Express Shipping: $14.95
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*Free Express Shipping: Spend over $250
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MEET THE ARTIST
Torres Strait Islander Kauraraig Man
Robert’s first memory of being artistic was from grade three when he took some chalk and drew a large Jurassic Park mural, it was from there that his passion for art and painting began. He creates art as a way of passing on stories, keeping culture alive and inspiring the younger generation.