Also known as the ‘double zipper bag’ for it’s two handy external pockets on the front. There’s also another good-sized zip pocket on the back. Fully lined, this gorgeous bag features handprinted fabric.
W: 35 cm (13.75 inches)/ H: 36 cm (14 inches)/ D: 9 cm (3.5 inches)
The fabric was hand-printed by bespoke hand printers Publisher Textiles in Sydney. It was then taken to Cambodia and beautifully crafted into a bag by our fair trade partner, Villageworks. Villageworks is a social enterprise that employs, train and support disabled artisans.
Limited Edition: All our products are made in small batches as all the fabrics are handprinted in very limited quantities, sometimes no more than 2 metres. We also sell this fabric in lengths.
Please note that each bag is unique and the placement of the fabric design is different and wonderful on each item.
More information about the design:
This design by Eunice Napanangka Jack depicts her father’s Tjukurrpa (Dreaming). It shows the country at Kuruyultu, near Tjukurrla in Western Australia.
This design by Eunice Napanangka Jack depicts her father’s Tjukurrpa (Dreaming). The lines represent sandhills. It shows the country at Kuruyultu, near Tjukurrla in Western Australia where Eunice was born.
Eunice Napanangka Jack is a senior Ngaanyatjarra artist working at Haasts Bluff in Central Australia. Eunice was born in 1940 at Lupul near Tjukurla in Western Australia near the border with Northern Territory. Her family walked across the desert towards the east where ration stations had been set up during a period of serious drought in the Central Desert. They stayed at the community at Haasts Bluff and Eunice grew up there. Eunice is a member of Ikuntji Artists.