Buregah Jagun Bamboo Eco Coffee Cup
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Original Artwork by:
Aboriginal Bundjalung woman
Each year, over 100 billion single-use cups go to landfill. The time for change is now, choose to re-use! Our bamboo fibre coffee mugs are made from sustainable & biodegradable bamboo fibre.
Our 350ml mugs come with a screw on lid and silicon heat grip. These ultra light mugs are perfect to carry around with you on your morning commute.
If you're a coffee addict like some of us here at Bundarra, you'll love this new range featuring amazing artworks by Nathan Patterson & Holly Sanders.
- Made with bamboo fibre, cornstarch and resin
- High grade, latex-free silicone lid and sleeve
- Screw top ‘no-drip’ lid with silicon seal
- Fully dishwasher safe
- Not suitable for microwave
Artist: Holly Sanders
Artwork: Buregah Jagun
ARTIST - Holly Sanders
Holly Sanders, Aboriginal Bundjalung woman
Through her art she aims to share her stories, culture and Country in a contemporary way. The patterns of Saltwater Country motivate her, as do stories from the past.
The colours and patterns utilised in her art are a reflection of her connection to Country and used to develop a modern interpretation of her Aboriginal culture.
Painting and maintaining cultural tradition is important for her identity, wellbeing and expresses the way she understands and respects her culture, ancestors and Country.
Artwork: Buregah Jagun - Ocean Country | 1m x 1m acrylic on stretched canvas
Artist: Holly Sanders
This piece represents the relationships and connections with the ocean and our ancestors. Sacred ocean country holds deep spiritual and cultural significance for Aboriginal saltwater people. The flowing patterns and colours represent saltwater and Ocean Country.
The concentric circles represents our strong sense of connectedness to the ocean and saltwater, which underpins our Aboriginal culture. The path lines across the canvas depict our life journeys and our ancestors who are always present and guiding us through our journey of the Dreaming.
We are always connected to the land, the saltwater and our ancestors are forever with us.