From horse, to cable, to electricity, Melbourne’s trams have powered their way through the city for over 120 years. Originally conceived in 1885, Melbourne’s tram network is now the world’s largest outside of Europe. With over 480 vehicles and 245 kilometres of track, the familiar rumble of the tram has always been a part of the fabric of Melbourne. First introduced in 1923 the W-class tram and its tell-tale destination blind are true icons; still circling the city. Slowly.
Printed on 100% linen and using a very fashionable natural coloured linen. These coloured tea towels work well for people who use-and-abuse their tea towels because stains tend to show up less.
Constructed from cotton. Dry your dishes in style! This absorbant towel is also great displayed hung over your oven door handle. Unique Australian city design by artist Andrea Smith. Cold...
'Paddock' - our drawings of farm animals are screen printed in highlighter pink onto natural linen. size: 70cm x 50cm (approx 20" x 27.5") fabric: 100% linenCare: Cold machine wash. Line...
Established in 1985 Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation is a not-for-profit organisation that is 100% Aboriginal-owned by its artists from the remote desert communities of Yuendumu and Nyirripi in Central Australia....
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