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Jules Satchel – Mayhmayh (hand printed)

$95.00

Elegant and fastidiously detailed satchel/messenger bag with handle and adjustable cotton webbing shoulder strap that is a very comfortable for easy carrying. Ideal for laptops and more.
Inside the bag there are compartments with padding and a strap to secure the contents.
Features fabric designed by Aboriginal Australian artist Janet Nyunjmitji Forbes and the design is Kungka Inma (Woman Dancing).

L: 37 cm (14.5 inches)
H: 26 cm (10 inches)
Depth: 8 cm (3 inches)

All our Julia bags are made by Flying Fox Fabrics and are limited edition.

Free shipping in Australia.

Availability: 1 in stock

This product is one of our best quality bags, beautifully finished (see close up photos for details) and secures your valuables well. The Jules satchels are stylish, our partner always chooses beautiful fabrics to coordinate with the print.

Details

Fabric: The feature fabric is hand printed at Injalak Arts in Gunbalanya (Oenpelli) on cotton drill. The contrasting fabrics are linen and/or cotton.
Trims: The wooden trims are recycled Cambodian hardwood.
Webbing: cotton.
Size: Designed to hold a standard 13″ laptop and/or A4 files
Made by A.N.D. artisandesigner in Cambodia, a fair trade social enterprise, with fabric sourced in Australia.

Features

Fully lined
Toggle closure
Adjustable strap, can be worn on the shoulder or cross body
Internal zip pocket
Two internal compartments
Quality notions
Limited edition – made in small batches in a disability workshop
Fabric Story

MAYHMAYH
A keen observer of animals, Joe has created this playful design of mayhmayh – the Kunwinjku word for ‘many different birds/animals’. The various birds featured in his design include pigeons, kookaburras, magpie geese, corellas, parrots and black cockatoos – all live in west Arnhem Land.
These birds can be seen and heard throughout the day around Gunbalanya but are noisiest and most spectacular at dusk and dawn, commonly flying in flocks across the sky.
The large billabongs and flood plains near Gunbalanya community are a paradise for bird life where thousands of birds eat, play and live. Joe has also painted the different foods the birds feed on during the year. If you look closely you can see fish, rock lizards, rats, echidna, termites, fruit, insects and plants.

Joe is a member of Injalak Arts, an Aboriginal owned art centre in Gunbalanya (Oenpelli) in the Northern Territory of Australia.

Flying Fox Fabrics Jules satchels are made by A.N.D artisandesigner Fair Trade, our partner based in Cambodia.

Please note that every bag is unique, and the placement of the fabric design is different on each item.

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