Singlet top - blue magpie geese (Murnubbarr Karrolka)
- Sleeveless top
- Buttons down the back
- Black print on white linen/cotton
- Fabric hand screen printed in Sydney
- Top made in Sydney
- Revised pattern from previous top - 2cm longer, buttons down back, and more generous fit (if you were previously a size 12 in the old top, you would now be a size 10)
Artist and art centre
Dora Diaguma is a Kuninjku woman from Maningrida, in Western Central Arnhem land. Her design is hand screen printed by Publisher Textiles in Sydney, for Bábbarra Women’s Centre in Maningrida.
‘Bábbarra’ is a big billabong near Maningrida – it also means ‘girls’ or ‘women’. The Women’s Centre is made up of women from more than 12 language groups in the Maningrida region, and is home to Bábbarra Designs (founded in 1989) a social enterprise where artists design textiles that tell the ancestral stories of their Arnhem Land country and cultures.
Dora designed Murnubbarr Karrolka (flying magpie geese) in 2003. Murnubbarr (magpie geese) are a waterbird found in abundance in the wetland areas of Kakadu and western Arnhem Land. Murnubbarr are a sustainably hunted and enjoyed manme (bush food). They are known to fly long distances, particularly in the wet season.
Size and fit
Rachana is 173cm tall – she fits size 6 singlet top.
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Treat me right
Design is printed on cotton with quality inks and then heat-set; designs are colourfast. 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.