Mat - Aboriginal Design Recycled - Emu & Kangaroo Tracks
EMU & KANGAROO TRACKS IS AN AUSTRALIAN DESIGN RECYCLED RUNNER, IN RICH, EARTHY ORANGE AND BLACK.
0.9 x 2.7m
Place it in the office or classroom as a talking point décor feature or a handy multicultural teaching tool.
It was designed by accomplished Australian Aboriginal artist De Greer Yindimincarlie, of the Wiradjuri Nation in central New South Wales, using many different Aboriginal figures. The image represents three campsites, with emu tracks heading west and kangaroo tracks running east. The centre campsite is surrounded by women, whilst the other campsites are attended by warriors.
As a classroom resource, these plastic rug runner mats provides a practical introduction to Aboriginal symbology. Embed Aboriginal culture throughout your school and workplace by featuring this mat and other Aboriginal mat sets too.
In the home, these carpet runner mats can save the carpet, hide ugly stains, be placed parallel to a bedroom setting to jazz up the sleep zone, or can be used at festivals, music concerts and outdoor events as lightweight practical seating. The striking colours ensure it’s an eye-catching addition to any library, community centre or office foyer.
Like all our recycled plastic cultural mats, Emu & Kangaroo Tracks is durable, sturdy yet super soft to walk or sit on.
Wipe away dirt and dust, or hose it off and dry it in the shade. In a classroom, it's light enough to move it from ‘home corner’ to ‘story corner’ or even outside for a picnic lunch on a daily basis.