‘Ningina Tunapri' translates to 'To give knowledge and understanding' in Palawa Kani language.
'This piece represents the love and support between a father and son. It signifies the father being there for the son, sharing knowledge and guiding them through the journey of life.
The U shapes represent people, so around each site there is 2 men (father and son) sometimes with spears, sometimes not. This is to represent different lessons the father is teaching the son.'
As with all our cushion covers, they can be used both indoors and outdoors. The 100% linen fabric makes them soft enough to enjoy on a couch or bed, but the water repellent and fade resistant features allows them to survive those sunny, summer days.