Papa Tjukurrpa T-shirt by Ikuntji Artists
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Papa Tjukurrpa by Leonie Kamutu
Blush Pink Ink on Organic Bamboo T-shirt (Charcoal Bamboo).
This beautiful T-shirt has been screen printed by hand at Ikuntji Artists onto an organic t-shirt (ONNO Ethical t-shirts), and heat set for a lasting, ethical and sustainable piece of wearable art.
Because all of the shirts are printed on site, please allow for slight variation in prints and ink. T-shirt colours may also vary slightly due to the natural fibres and dyes used by ONNO in their production process.
This story is of the Papa Tjukurrpa – Dog Dreaming, which is the story of the artist’s father. It is of Niyuman, east of Kintore and it is secret men’s business.
T-shirt care instructions:
We recommend that you wash your shirt inside out to avoid any damage to the print. ONNO t-shirts shrink when washed hot and dry hot, to preserve the fit of your shirt, please wash cool and line dry.
ONNO Size Chart (Inches)
For chest and bust measurement, measure under your arms around the fullest part of your chest.
Priced at $70.
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