The WBGS-Original Recycled Fabric Pillow/Cushion is an eco-friendly and Australian made product that uses repurposed material from shopping tote bags. The pillows are made from a resilient and durable woven fabric with a unique texture that will delight the senses, whilst remaining comfortable to sleep on. They are suitable for every bed and sofa, and are a beautiful addition to any home.
Gathering by the River (Black) - Aboriginal design fabric/material by Barbara Egan
Barbara Egan comes from Robinvale region of Victoria. She grew on the Murray River in Robinvale. With her connection towards her land of Robinvale and the Murray River, she would never move out from there. Her dreaming’s mainly involve River Dreaming, Emu Bush etc.
Onion Dreaming (Black) - Aboriginal design Fabric by Doris Inkamala
Doris Inkamala is a well known Aboriginal Artist from Alice Spring, N.T. Her artwork is excellent. She rearranges small bush onion and floral stems very professionally. Wild bush onions are drawn star-shaped and measure half an inch across. Wild onions are slightly more pungent than the leaves. The tall stalks grow together in small clumps and sometimes reach up to two feet in height. It is a favoured food for brolgas. However, it is very important to make sure that the plant is identified properly prior to consumption wild onions are pungent - when you eat you get tears in your eyes if you are not away from it. Doris’ artwork is very professional, and customers love her designs. Her works are bold, colourful and detailed.
Spirit People 2 (Green) - Aboriginal design Fabric by Denise Doolan
Denise Doolan is a meticulous designer. She has depicted the Spirit People uniquely. They are dancing and meeting others excellently. She created the meeting place excellently by drawing the walking paths, men & women walking in a peaceful gathering.
Yalke [Green] - Aboriginal design fabric/material by June Smith
Spectacular views of various creatures such as birds and frogs, and different vegetation can be viewed in the Yalke or wetlands of Australia, both in dry or wet seasons. In the dry season, vast water mass goes back to permanent wetlands, waterholes etc. and become home for waterfowls and many other migratory birds of Australia. In the wet, birds like magpies and geese congregate on the wetland or Yalke. June has brilliantly depicted this picture with Aboriginal symbols and signs.
NB: Indigenous fabric component of pillow covers are designed in Australia by royalty paid Aboriginal Artists and made in South Korea.