ONE PEOPLE Aboriginal Design Recycled Door Mat
45 x 70cm
One People is bright and light hearted, on one hand, with a serious message about unity on the other. Aboriginal artist Helen Price uses hands as the symbol of many different peoples joining together to celebrate culture on this welcoming door mat.
Perfect for your home or office, One People is a unique Aboriginal design recycled door mat bursting with colour and Indigenous symbolism. The boomerang at the centre of the design is left open for your own input. Simply grab a permanent marker and add a name, picture or personal message to your mat!
Helen Price is a Queensland-based Indigenous artist, from Darumbal country. About One People, she says: “No matter where you come from, saltwater, freshwater, rainforest, desert mob, no matter the colour of your skin, we are all brothers and sisters and proud descendants of Australia's first people.”
Like all the authentic, Indigenous design camping mats, story rugs and classroom mats available from Recycled Mats, One People is easy to care for, store and transport. Made from recycled rubber, dust and food spills wipe away with ease, making this a mat you can use inside or outside, at home or in the community.
The One People door mat is brightly coloured to match any décor or to bring a splash of colour (and culture!) to a classroom. Use this design with kids to generate discussions about ancestry, diversity, art, colour and Indigenous symbolism. Recycled Mats also offers great value mat packages for use throughout your school or kindy.
Being lightweight and compact, One People is a great souvenir of your Australian travels or gift for international family and friends.
Choose One People, an Aboriginal design recycled door mat in bright, beautiful colours and a compact design for your hom or office. Order online today!
Name of design: One People
Origin of design: Australian Aboriginal
Artist: Helen Price
Origin of artist: Darumbal country, Queensland
Size: 45 x 70cm
Colours: Multicoloured. Mat colours may differ slightly from the images shown due to the different inks used in individual print runs.
Fabric: All of our door mats have been made to the best attainable standards from recycled rubber and plastics.
Note: Mat colours may differ slightly from the images shown due to the different inks used in individual print runs.
Care Instructions: All of our door mats have been made to the best attainable standards from recycled rubber. Follow the guide to for cleaning and storage instructions. Whilst our door and floor mats are suitable for indoor and outdoor use, extensive exposure to sun or rain will lead to fading and deterioration over time.
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General specifications for all our recycled welcome door mats:
- 45 x 70cm in size and 6 mm thick.
- Made from recycled car tyres and PET drink bottles.
- The print uses the latest high tech printing processes and is durable, permanent and vividly colourful.
- For additional protection, all mats are treated with Stain Guard for protection from spills. The print and mat have an expected 5-year lifespan.
- They may be used both indoors and out, although long-term sun exposure may fade your mat sooner than if kept in the shade.
- Mats can be cleaned with warm soapy water, vacuumed or given a once over with a gerni if very dirty (ensure gerni is held at least 2 feet away from the mat).
- front and back door mats
- welcome mat for classrooms and schools
- floor mat for tents and caravans at entryway
One peopleBy: Faye on 16 May 2018It’s a great talking point when entering my home
Colourful and sturdyBy: Carolyn on 3 August 2017Colourful and sturdy. This mat enlivens the entrance of our service
Door matBy: Alisha on 26 June 2017Love love love it Every one keeps asking where I got it from. I can not wait for my house to be built so I can put it at my front door
ONE PEOPLE aboriginal door matBy: Debbi Lee Smithers on 29 December 2016Lovely vibrant coloured mat and soft to stand on.