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Dolly and Tina Tea Towel X Kaylene Whiskey

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Screen print  on 100% Linen
Width: 50cm
Height: 70cm

Third Drawer Down in partnership with @iwantja_arts present a collection of exclusive homewares by the magnificent and super talented Kaylene Whiskey. Born in Indulkana, a remote Aboriginal community in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in north-west South Australia. Kaylene Whiskey’s childhood was pre-internet and the 80s were pretty inspirational, MTV, RAGE and pop culture created a world of stories and comic book style canvases.

Kaylene makes you want to dance inside your mind and wear a coat of many colours. She celebrates strong woman and merges fancy pop with her daily life and personal experiences. Community is a massive part of her visual language – whimsical yet strong in message – have a good time but look after your sisters.

About the artist:
Born in Indulkana, a remote Aboriginal community in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in South Australia, Kaylene spent her childhood steeped in 1980s pop culture. Evoking familiar gestures of the everyday, her paintings use bright colours rendering pop stars in flat pictorial space, engaging with Whiskey’s own life in rural Australia. Whiskey perfectly creates comic book-like worlds on her canvases that are instantly nostalgic and captivating and is part of the talented collective Iwantja Arts, the art centre in the Indulkana Community.

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Screen print  on 100% Linen
Width: 50cm
Height: 70cm

Third Drawer Down in partnership with @iwantja_arts present a collection of exclusive homewares by the magnificent and super talented Kaylene Whiskey. Born in Indulkana, a remote Aboriginal community in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in north-west South Australia. Kaylene Whiskey’s childhood was pre-internet and the 80s were pretty inspirational, MTV, RAGE and pop culture created a world of stories and comic book style canvases.

Kaylene makes you want to dance inside your mind and wear a coat of many colours. She celebrates strong woman and merges fancy pop with her daily life and personal experiences. Community is a massive part of her visual language – whimsical yet strong in message – have a good time but look after your sisters.

About the artist:
Born in Indulkana, a remote Aboriginal community in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in South Australia, Kaylene spent her childhood steeped in 1980s pop culture. Evoking familiar gestures of the everyday, her paintings use bright colours rendering pop stars in flat pictorial space, engaging with Whiskey’s own life in rural Australia. Whiskey perfectly creates comic book-like worlds on her canvases that are instantly nostalgic and captivating and is part of the talented collective Iwantja Arts, the art centre in the Indulkana Community.

 

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