Little Bird's Day
By Sally Morgan
Illustrated by Johnny Warrkatja Malibirr
A simple, universal story of a day in the life of Little Bird as she sings the world alive, flies with Cloud, travels with Wind, nestles with Moon and dreams of flying among the stars. Sally's gentle words and Johnny's intricate artwork combine to make this a beautiful, distinctive publication with global appeal. Johnny infuses his illustrations with his fine-art aesthetic, his traditional motifs and a quirky sense of humour.
Format: Hard Cover Book. Pages: 40
As people gather around waterholes, we drink from the country and exchange stories of the past. In this piece, the space between the waterholes gives meaning to an ever expansive land which many people will gather but may never have the chance to meet. Yet still, we are connected.
This piece displays the power of family and growth as they gather at their individual nests. This connection, represented by the journey line that runs through the middle of the artwork is a reminder of all the families that mould you into who you are, and who you will become.
Inspired by the hinterland that overlooks Yugambeh land, this piece soaks up the colours of earth and country. It depicts a land away from the city which is untouched, full of rolling hills and paths that lead nowhere.
The scenery depicted in this piece is filled with intricate animal tracks which navigate through rock and nest formations. As the wildlife gather around this natural landscape and thrive off local waterholes, people witness the offerings to country.
As water flows from one hole to another this simple piece inspires wisdom, power and grace and holds memory of all that came before us.
Other than the wraps which are 100% organic, all JINNDI clothing is 92% organic cotton and 8% spandex - this is to suit the functionality of the user and increase wearability for children. This is GOTS certified Organic Cotton. As lovers of the land, it was important to us that we opted to use fabrics grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on mother earth. Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility, reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilisers, and build biologically diverse agriculture. Third-party certification organizations verify that organic producers use only methods and materials allowed in organic production. Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilisers.
At Jinndi we are inspired by the care our indigenous elders had for mother nature. That’s why we create items of clothing that make it just as easy for parents to show their kids - and their clothing - the same care. To keep your Jinndi item well protected, and ensure it can be passed on from one generation to the next, we recommend washing inside out by hand with cold water.
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Much like the Indigenous Australian elders passing on their stories through the generations, every item of Jinndi children’s clothing is made to be handed down to a loved one.
Featuring authentic prints that honour the custodians of the land who inspired them, Jinndi - meaning nest in the Yugambeh language - represents a home in nature, somewhere where you are safe and taken care of, and the raising of our young to create a sense of community and belonging.