Water Dreaming is a unique Indigenous design, shown here on a stylish Australian Made cushion cover in blue and white.
This design was created by Dean Jakamara Briscoe, a respected Australian Indigenous artist from the Anmatyerre, Central Desert, region. Dean is a professional artist and owner of Anmatyerre Arts and Crafts.
In Water Dreaming, he reminds us of the fact that water is imperative to life everywhere. It is particularly noticeable in desert regions, where rain and full waterholes can transform an arid landscape within hours. Rain means new life.
Made in Australia from polyester, our cushions are perfect to add style and comfort to your home, office or outdoor areas. Match them with any of our deluxe indoor and outdoor cultural mats to bring diversity to your decor, anywhere, anytime.
Every cushion cover is machine washable, making it ideal for daily use, whether you’re sitting by the pool or by the phone! Our attention-grabbing cushions are reversible, too, and each side has the opposite dominating colour. Change the look of a room with the simple flip of a cushion!
Choose the charming, contemporary Indigenous design Water Dreaming cushion in relaxing blue and white for your home, office or school. Order online today!
Australian Made Licence ID 10835 Global Kids Oz Trades as Recycled Mats
Name of Design
water dreaming cushion cover
Origin of Design
Aboriginal Australian, 10% paid to artist
Origin of Artist
0.5 x 0.5m
Fabric / Materials
Polyester. Packaged in a plastic sleeve, migrating to brown paper satchel from next print
Unlike our range of earth-friendly mats and rugs these cushions are not made from recycled materials. We are changing that by mid 2021! 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
- Embed Aboriginal culture into schools and home
- Extra seating in classrooms and during circle time and assemblies
- Use indoors and out for stylish comfort
- Pop them on your lounge
- Storytelling rug in schools and library
- Place on your outdoor patio lounge