Murnong Man
Murnong Man
Murnong Man
Murnong Man

Murnong Man


This print is available in A4 and A3

Printed on a smooth, lightly textured environmentally friendly fine art paper created from sustainable hemp and cotton fibres.

290GSM, 60% Hemp, 40% cotton.

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Size: A4

Inspired by the Murnong plant used by the Wurundjeri people and possibly other clans of the Kulin nation. Murnong is a Woiwurrung word for the plant, it has many other names in other Australian Indigenous languages. 

The edible tuberous roots of the Murnong plant were once a vitally important source of food for the Indigenous people in the southern parts of Australia. Indigenous women would dig for roots with a yam stick and carry the roots away in a dillybag or rush basket.

We will be gifting $5 from each sale of our Murnong Man print to the Sharing Stories Foundation.

"SharingStories Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation led by a passionate board with majority First Nations representation. We collaborate with First Nations communities to protect and grow language, stories and cultural heritage."

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Some of the other plants included in this image are the Kangaroo Paw, Grevillia, Native Violet, Kangaroo Fern and a few little native orchids.