Gari Yala Adults Adjustable 3 layer Face Mask (including 2 Filters)
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Original Artwork by:
Aboriginal Wiradjuri woman
Stay safe and embrace this current style, we’ve got all your mask needs covered. Our masks are composed of 3 layers, a bamboo outer and 2 layers of soft cotton lining. Each mask comes with 2 complementary PM 2.5 Activated Carbon filters which can be inserted between the 2 layers of cotton. They provide full coverage, fitting snugly over your nose, mouth and chin and have adjustable elastic straps that stretch to fit comfortably over the ears. Best of all our masks come in a variety of vibrant fabrics that will add a pop of colour to any outfit.
Instructions for use and handling: We recommend hand washing your mask with disinfectant once a day and fully drying it either in a heated dryer or air drying in the sunshine. With normal daily use we recommend changing the filter every 2 days.
Filters: We also offer 20 packs of PM 2.5 Activated Carbon mask filters here.
Returns and exchanges
Due to hygiene and safety reasons we cannot accept any returns or exchanges of face masks.
This product is non-medical grade and is to be used for personal use only. It is not a replacement for following appropriate social distancing guidelines and practising good hygiene. Regarding the usage of these masks we make no medical claims.
Please note: This is a pre-order item. Your entire order will be put on hold, and shipped out approximately on the 1st September or earlier.
Please note: We have upgraded our masks so that they now include the filter inserts. For those who have already ordered a mask your order will also include these upgrades.
Style: Adults Adjustable 3 layer Face Mask (including 2 Filters)
Sizing: Mask measures 19cm x 15cm, one size fits all. Filters measure 12cm x 8cm
Fabric: 160gsm Bamboo Polyester, 130gsm Cotton Lining, 130 Cotton pocket, 190gsm Lycra Binding, Elastic straps and PM 2.5 Activated Carbon mask filters (PP anti-sticking cloth, meltblown cloth and activated carbon cloth)
Washing: Cold hand wash once a day
Artist: Lani Balzan
Artwork: Gari Yala
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ARTIST - Lani Balzan
Lani Balzan, Aboriginal Wiradjuri woman
Lani Balzan is a proud Aboriginal woman from the Wiradjuri people. Painting is Lani's passion and she uses her art to showcase the amazing beauty of her culture.
As an art therapist and an educational officer, Lani endeavours to make a positive difference in the lives of young people and their families by teaching them about Indigenous culture.
Story: Gari Yala (Speak the Truth)
Artist: Lani Balzan
This painting represents a timeline of country: our motherland and the layers that represent it before colonisation, the change when colonisation happened, the present and the future.
The outside represents the beginning before colonisation where our culture remained untouched and our country remained sacred. Moving inwards to the next layer, this represents when colonisation happened and the alteration to the land and our people from this. The next layer represents the present, the fight we face for change, the importance of a Treaty, and voices coming together. The middle represents the future; it is the change we so deeply desire, the acknowledgement that we deserve and truth of our people and our culture.
Our people have been on this land for more than 65,000 years. There needs to be an understanding of country and of our people who are the oldest continuing culture on this planet. This is the only way to move forward for our future of this country.
Remembering that we are a multi-cultural Aboriginal country in 2019, we come from all different walks of life and all different decent lines as do I. Aboriginal people of this land have not always had an untold or untrue history voiced. Our voices have not always been completely heard and this is continuing to happen. The true story of colonisation must be told, must be heard, and must be acknowledged!
The present: we are up in arms, we are fighting for country and still fight to be heard. Our voices are important! Without our voices, things cannot change for the future.
The future is to have our voices heard to have sovereignty, a Treaty to our land. To come together and to understand the importance of our culture. Our culture is not something just for Aboriginal people to be proud of, but for all Australians to embrace the culture and our land we all live on.