Story: Rainforest Warrior
Artist: 
Luke Mallie

This painting depicts the oldest living rainforest in the world, the Daintree Rainforest, where my ancestors the Kuku Yalanji people have lived for millennia. With the Rainforest Warrior in the foreground, it shows the connection that Aboriginal people have to the land and sea and still have a very strong spiritual connection to the land that our ancestors belonged to. In the background you can see the mouth of the Daintree River where my mother was born so this land is very special to me and my family. In the Kuku Yalanji language we call the land "Bubu" meaning country.

Rainforest Warrior NAIDOC Ceramic Mug

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Add a welcoming touch to your kitchen with our NAIDOC mug collection! Classic in shape and bold in design, our mugs are perfectly portioned for sipping hot cocoa, tea or your morning cup of coffee.

Each piece is designed and printed in Australia. Embrace the true history of this country, recognising that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this country for over 65,000 years.

This lovely collection is both dishwasher and microwave safe.

  • 12oz/350ml
  • 82mm (dia.) x 95mm (h)
  • 3000+ dishwasher cycles
  • Microwave safe

This item is printed in Australia, and will ship approximately 5 days from placing your order.

Artist: Luke Mallie
Artwork: Rainforest Warrior

Story: Rainforest Warrior
Artist: 
Luke Mallie

This painting depicts the oldest living rainforest in the world, the Daintree Rainforest, where my ancestors the Kuku Yalanji people have lived for millennia. With the Rainforest Warrior in the foreground, it shows the connection that Aboriginal people have to the land and sea and still have a very strong spiritual connection to the land that our ancestors belonged to. In the background you can see the mouth of the Daintree River where my mother was born so this land is very special to me and my family. In the Kuku Yalanji language we call the land "Bubu" meaning country.

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