Anna Connell explains the inspiration behind her design: "The movement, push and pull in water is the pulse of the waterways that surrounds us."
She is the accomplished Aboriginal artist who designed 'Waterways', an Indigenous-inspired placemat/mousepad in striking black and white.
Sustainably made using recycled car tyres and PET plastics plus utilising eco-printing methods in South Australia, your purchase of these home decor products helps the earth while adding refreshed style to your table setting, breakfast bar, computer station or caravan.
Non-slip and sealed with a water protectant, cleaning these mats with a soft sponge is a breeze.
The price is for 1 placemat. Click here to see the Waterways cushion cover, available in the same design.
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Australian Made Licence ID 10835 Global Kids Oz Trades as Recycled Mats
Name of Design
Origin of Design
Aboriginal Australian, 10% paid to artist
Origin of Artist
24 x 34cm
Black & White
Fabric / Materials
Recycled car tyres and PET plastics
Designed and made in Australia
Gently clean with warm soapy water. Whilst it can be used both outdoors or indoors, it is recommended that it not be left in direct UV sunlight as fading may occur over time.
Not suitable for children under 3 years
- use on an office workstation as a mousepad
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- drawing pads
- placemats for dining table
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