DABIL WATER COUNTRY Unisex Polo Shirts. Australian Aboriginal wearable art
Bring casual style to your wardrobe for all-day comfort. Relaxed-fitting, unisex cut for a comfortable fit without constricting. This fully printed, short-sleeve polo features an internal front pocket, fold-over collar and three button placket for a clean design. The moisture wicking fabric's active breathability will keep you cool and dry.
Our male model wears size medium, he is 174cm tall, our female model wears size small, she is 171cm tall
Artist: Shara Delaney Language group: Quandamooka (QLD, Australia) Acrylic on canvas, 2018
Dabil means water in the Jandai language from Quandamooka Country. Shara’s people are known as Yoolooburrabee - people of the sand and sea, they have a strong and spiritual connection to the salt water.
The painting depicts different aspects of water use: the pattern of the flowing fresh water stream, an important resource for life and the ocean where her people hunt and fish. Dabil is vital to survive, everyone must respect the oceans and water ways for the sake of future generations
Use a tape measure to measure yourself, holding the tape securely around the key points. We recommend you take these measurements whilst wearing minimal clothing.
CHEST - Measure over the fullest area of your chest & straight around your back. WAIST - Measure between the bottom of your ribs and the top of your hip bones.