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Artist: Tarisse King
Title: Welcome Mat | Ngunnawal (Canberra)
Size: 550 x 900mm
These have been made as an educational tool that acknowledges the Traditional Aboriginal place name (Country) so you know where you live. Your visitors will also read it and gain familiarity of the Original name of the land they are on. I believe it’s important to know this so that local mob receive the respect they deserve as sovereign land owners. Tarisse King
Information for custom orders...
A few ways to find out what the Traditional country you reside on are; ask a First Nations person that you know from the area. Google Traditional land owners of the name of the area. Look up the local land council. You could also replace the Land name with the people if you feel more comfortable. An example is if you live in Geelong it’s Wathaurung country. It can also be Wurundjeri. Koorie (Koori or Goori) country. Or Kulin Nation. If you feel unsure please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org These are ally friendly.
Delivery times for custom orders is 6-8 weeks
What makes our Embossed Doormats so unique? Here’s some of our standout qualities:
- We’re made of the good stuff - Ethically sourced and made from sustainable natural coconut fibres (Coir).
- Professionally printed in Naarm (Melbourne) By Dave - Our unique Embossed print creates a richly textured, raised felt-like finish that is extremely durable and does not fade when you walk over it.
- Stop dirt at your front door - Our durable doormats are amazing at removing dirt, mud and moisture from footwear. And will help to keep your entrance clean and protect your floors.
- Easy to keep clean - Simply give your doormat a good shake or scrape off mud, dirt and debris with a stiff brush.
I would like to acknowledge Gomeroi woman Rachael Mcphail from @place_names_in_addresses who started the petition and movement to add traditional place names into Australian addresses. I believe without her hard work, people would not be as likely to be learning the Traditional place name on where they live. Thank you sis