A meditation on catastrophe from the perspective of Australian fauna, John Prince Siddon's work comments on climate change and humanity's role in the hierarchy above animals.
This giant tote bag is perfect for carting around everyday items, grocery shopping or going to the beach. This digital print has been applied to recycled cotton with trimmings made from 100% recycled post-consumer plastic.
Width (at widest): 54cm
Width (at base): 39cm
Depth (at base): 26cm
Strap Drop: 30cm
Detachable Pocket dimensions: 22 x 15cm
John Prince Siddon is the son of Pompey Siddon, who was one of the founding painters at Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency in Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia. A Walmajarri man, he spent his early years working on cattle stations until injured in a horse riding accident. Prince has been painting with Mangkaja since 2009. His artworks entice the viewer with an optical dynamism generated by colliding pattern design and imagery both traditional and contemporary, personal and popular.
Poppy Lissiman is an Australian accessories designer who specialises in ethically produced handbags, sunglasses and jewellery materials vegan leather faux fur faux leather.
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