Another stunning design by Dean Jakamara Briscoe; Introducing 'Water Hole Dreaming'
"This painting represents all the water holes around Australia, it shows that there are many and in different sizes. The large water holes are obviously seen and if they are not dangerous you can swim in them and some are well hidden throughout the land. Aboriginal people over the years have discovered the water holes that were created and have used boulders or rocks/sticks etc to protect them and keep animals from polluting the water.
The important cultural traditions and locations of the water holes were taught to the younger generations in order to survive on the land and respect it, so when the people went hunting they would know where and how to find water. The round symbols are the water holes and the coloured dots represent the Aboriginal flag and the land formations. " Dean Jakamara Briscoe
Made in Australia from recycled polyester, our cushion covers are perfect to add some flair and colour to your indoor or outdoor environment. Every cushion cover is machine washable, making it ideal for daily use, whether you’re sitting by the pool ... or by the phone!
Mix and match your gorgeous Water Hole dreaming cushion with other colourful throw cushions, or a recycled plastic mat for reading, relaxation or enjoying a catch up with friends. Outdoor rugs and accessories help us make the most of the lifestyle we love here in Australia!
Name of Design
water hole cushion cover
Origin of Design
Aboriginal Australian, 10% paid to artist
Origin of Artist
0.5 x 0.5m
Fabric / Materials
Recycled polyester. Comes in a brown paper satchel.
Designed and made in Australia. Cushion inners are not included.
Like our waterproof floor mats and play mats, our cushion covers are suitable for indoor and outdoor use but extensive exposure to sun or rain will lead to fading and deterioration over time. Follow our guide to cushion maintenance for cleaning and storage instructions.
Not suitable for children under 3 years
- Aboriginal cushions to add culture and art to the space
- Soft cushions for outdoor entertaining
- Picnics and food truck events
- Use them outdoors or in
- Add to a classroom to start the cultural conversation
- Embed Aboriginal Art into spaces