ABORIGINAL ART FACE MASK JUSTIN BUTLER
Aboriginal Artist North Queensland Australia
"My art is influenced by both my Kalkadoon and Bandjin stories and styles. My work involves embedding Aboriginal symbols, colours, contrasts, vantage points, and abstract designs to tell the stories of my people."
Justin Butler is an Aboriginal man from the Kalkadoon people of the Mt Isa region and Bandjin people of Munnamadahnamee (Hinchinbrook Island.) Justin's totem is the Emu foot from his Kalkadoon lineage and Yimba (Pelican) from his Bandjin lineage. Justin also has ties and connection to the Jirrabal, Warragamay and Tagalaka Aboriginal people.
Using some pretty amazing fabrics, Alperstein Designs have made
up a range of Australian made 100% cotton face masks featuring beautiful Aboriginal Artwork by artists from across Australia including Warlukurlangu Artists, Munupi Arts and more.
There’s a filter pocket on the inside of the mask and using the
adjustable nose wire, you can adjust the mask for a close fit to
your face. Elastic loops fit around your ears to hold the mask in
place. One size fits most.
These masks do not claim to give you respiratory protection from viruses but may help prevent the spread of germs to others.
It is recommended to wash your mask between uses.
Royalties from this product directly benefit the artists and their community.
Due to the nature of the facemasks used primarily in relation to hygienic standards, all orders are final and we will be unable to accept returns or refunds for facemasks.
If you have any concerns or queries please contact us.