Batuan Handpainted Barkcloth Folding Pouch | Fly Free by Pratiwi
CRAFTY. A conversation-pouch, drenched with a dual heritage - an ancestral barkcloth and Bali's Batuan painting style, painted by 15-year old Pratiwi, a young artist in training at the Batuan community art center. "My dream is to be like Naruto who has an unyielding soul and is like a kite that can fly freely in the sky. My painting tells about 2 different characters - 1 from the puppet character is Arjuna and the other from the Japanese animation character, Naruto. They both have an unyielding spirit to defend the truth. Playing kites is a symbol of togetherness in achieving a common goal," Pratiwi says with a smile in her signature hat.
100% of net profit will go to Pratiwi's family.
EARTHY: Bark of paper mulberry tree handmade into cloth by the women artisan of Bada Valley in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Slightly textured. Unlined. With metal zipper.
Care to Last: Spot clean with cold water, hang dry only, no machine wash.
Details: Length: 10in | 27cm. Width: 10in | 26cm.
GIVING: Together we support the development of Batuan's emerging artists.
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