Our Indigenous hand screen-printed cushions are made from textiles most often screen-printed on-site in remote Indigenous Art Centres or hand-screen printed in textile studios.
The Melville Island Collection: Hand-screen printed upholstery textiles featuring the the designs of Tiwi artist Cornelia Tipuamantumirri from the remote community of Pirlangimipi, Melville Island, Tiwi Islands.
Introducing The Nauiyu Collection; Hand-screen printed upholstery textiles featuring the design of young Ngen'gi wumirri artist Kieren Karritpul from the remote community of Nauiyu Nambiyu, Daly River. The Fish Net design, as featured in the collection, depicts the hand woven traditional baskets used to catch baitfish and barramandi on the banks of Daly River. Daly River pandanus weaving, photo by John Tsialos
A special collection, comprising of a unique range of products perfect for gifts or a personal piece of Indigenous art. Tailored for uses that extend beyond the home and fit into the realm of lifestyle.
Introducing The Anindilyakwa Sleep Collection: A unique range of dreamy hand dyed silks from the Anindilyakwa women of the Groote Eylandt Archipelago. Each garment has been lovingly dyed on country by Anindilyakwa artists. The process draws on ancient knowledge of the environment to transform each garment into a unique reflection of the land.
Nestled on the shores of the Tiwi Islands, off the coast of Darwin, artists of Pirlangimpi, Milikapiti and Wurrumiyanga share stories of their connection to country through Jilamara (design). Through this collaboration with NORTH, female artists from Munupi, Jilamara and Ngaruwanajirri Art Centres along with their families, invite you to embrace their culture and wear it with pride. About NORTH - read more About The Artists - read more About The Art Centres - read more "I'll feel happy when people start wearing my design, I'll be proud. When you wear our designs and you feel proud, send a photo back to us and we can feel proud too." Bernadette Mungatopi Made with care Out of respect to country, this collection has been developed with ethical manufacturing practices, made in Australia.
Down a long red road five hours north-west of Alice Springs the artists of Yuendumu and Nyrippi communities share stories of their country through bold brush strokes and joyful colour. Here is a joyful collection of statement pieces - uniquely connected to the desert through it’s people, art and stories.Each artwork featured in this collection is of one of the artist's Jukurrpa - often called a Dreaming Story.
The art from Warlukurlangu Artists is internationally recognised for its bold use of colour and strong traditional iconography. The paintings tell the story of the artists’ connection to their country, the features of the landscape, the plants and animals that are found there and the creation myths that begun in the Dreamtime.