Wak Wak (Freshwater Sand)

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Wak Wak (Freshwater Sand)

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Repeat height: 86.87cm / 34.2”
Repeat width: 36.25cm / 14.27”

Minimum order: 2 metres

Lead time: 2-3 weeks

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Susan Marawarr's design Wak Wak depicts rarrk (cross-hatching) and refers to the crow totem ancestor, Djimarr. Today Djimarr exists in the form of a submerged rock at the bottom of Kurrurldul Creek, south of Maningrida. Both the rock and the area around it are considered sacred.

For more information about this artist, please click here.

Artists and their communities are paid for each metre of wallpaper produced, ensuring ongoing revenue streams outside their main art practice.

All wallpapers are designed and digitally printed in Australia and are exclusive to Willie Weston. 

Please note:

We require a minimum of 2 metres per order.

Our wallpapers are printed to the nearest repeat height.

On our wallpapers, colours may differ slightly from the way they print on our fabrics.

We make every effort to ensure colours display accurately online, however monitor colour varies.