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Brief Published: 16 Jan 2012

Koskela: Durrmu Indigenous Textiles


Sydney-based interiors retailers Russell Koskela and Sasha Titchkosky of furniture store Koskela have collaborated with renowned indigenous artist Regina Wilson on a new range of textiles for home furnishings.

Titled Durrmu, the Aboriginal term for patterns traditionally painted on the body or ground, the collection takes designs from Wilson’s paintings – which also appear in London’s British Museum and international collections worldwide – and transforms them into prints on linen and silk, cushions and throws. The collection is made up of three designs: warrgarri (dilly bag), syaw (fishnet) and ngan’ gi (message stick).