by Dora Deemal
- Cut, assembled and sewn by women at Second Stitch, Melbourne.
Babatha Nganga (Gum Flower) by Dora Deemal. Read full artist bio + art story here.
Our designs are hand screen printed onto linens, cottons, lyocell/Tencel (a breathable fibre made from eucalyptus pulp) with quality inks and then heat-set.
While designs are colourfast, they will fade over time.
Each metre of fabric is hand-printed and is unique - fabulous variations often occur!
Please treat your wearable art with love and care – we recommend cold hand wash, dry in shade, and reverse iron (but who likes ironing).
All orders are shipped from Brisbane, Australia.
Once you place your order, please allow 1-3 business days for it to be processed before shipment (excluding any processing time at our warehouse).
We will send you a confirmation email with a tracking number as soon as your order has been despatched. Your tracking details will be emailed to you by Australia Post within 24 hours of shipment.
As a note, please allow 1- 3 business days for your order to be processed at our facilities before shipment, and during peak promotional times, please allow up to 7 business days for processing.
In the event that you submitted an incorrect email at checkout, please contact our team.
- Standard Australia Post: AUD $8 (approx 5 business days)
- Express Australia Post: AUD $11 (approx 1 - 2 business days)
- Free standard shipping Australia-wide for all orders over $350
- NZ standard post: $13
- NZ express post: $20
- Standard International post: AUD $15
- Express International Post: AUD $25
All orders are packed and dispatched from Brisbane (Postcode 4101 if you would like to get an estimate from Aus Post).
Dora is a significant elder of the Binthi clan (one of 32 clan lands of the Guugu Yimithirr tribal nations) and lives in Hopevale in Cape York QLD. Her family totems are Gaalaya (centipede) and Wandarr (white cockatoo). Dora’s mum’s family were from Stonehenge (near Winton QLD). After Dora’s Gra...Read full artist profile
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