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Made from top-quality 100% Australian Certified Organic cotton, digitally printed with water-based ink in Australia. Features beautiful Australian Wildflowers artwork by Australian artist Negin Maddock. Carbon offset with our donation to the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor. Over 10% of profit from every tea towel sold is donated to care for native wildlife and restore habitat.
Tea towels are multi-purpose! You can frame them, use them to wrap gifts (Furoshiki) or just add a little colour to your time spent drying dishes.
Care instructions: Wash your tea towel at a maximum of 30 degrees celsius. Line dry for the planet.
100% Australian Certified Organic cotton
Size: 50 x 70 cm
Digitally printed in Australia
About the Artist
Negin Maddock is an illustrator, surface designer, and printmaker from Sydney, Australia. At university she studied mechanical engineering, and later a PhD in biomedical engineering. Being a scientist, Negin takes a very technical approach to her art making, believing a deep understanding and knowledge of the subject matter are the key to a successful design.
Kindness to our Planet
Australian Certified Organic (ACO) is Australia's largest certifier for organic and biodynamic produce. With over 1,500 operators within its certification system, the ACO’s certification program and protocols are approved and accredited with the Department of Agriculture & Water Resources, the US Department of Agriculture, IOAS, Japan’s Minister for Agriculture Forestry & Fisheries, Korea’s NQAS’s and SAI Global, making all products compliant with national and international organic standards. Certification ensures compliance with national production standards and means all certified products, processes and production methods can be traced back to their origin.
How to Dispose of Sustainably
Please think of reusing, repairing or recycling first before disposing. 100% cotton is a naturally biodegradable fabric. To dispose you can shred into pieces as small as possible and mix into your home compost.