A5 Journal, Mayan – Thomas “Bagaay” Avery Collaboration by Corban & Blair
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This A5 journal features artwork titled MAYAN by Thomas “Bagaay” Avery. Internal pocket for documents, a slit for cards and a pen loop.
MAYAN (waterholes) The painting depicts drying waterholes surrounded by the brown of the drought ravaged earth.
Thomas ‘Bagaay’ Avery is a descendant of the Gamilaroi tribe in northern NSW. His personal totem is the blue tongue lizard. Thomas’s ancestors were born at Bohena Creek Aboriginal Reserve, Narrabri. Thomas is a painter, designer and filmmaker using his unique insights to communicate his culture.
The refillable pad is made from 100% de-inked recycled post-consumer waste collected from offices throughout Australia, it is carbon neutral and made in the Maryvale Mill in Victoria.
Material: PU leather-look, cotton lining, A5 plain wire-bound recycled paper pad – 70 pages of 80gsm paper
Made in China (journal cover), Australia (refillable pad)
2.0(d) × 17.0(w) × 22.5(h) cm
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