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Can Cooler Artist Selina Pwerle

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An Aussie classic with a creative twist.

Can coolers are also known as stubby holders and they are made in Australia from neoprene with the purpose of keeping your can or small bottle cool in hot weather.

Not only is the stubby holder an authentic Australian souvenir but it also features beautiful Aboriginal artwork by Selina Teece Pwerle from Utopia in Central Australia.

Selina Teece Pwerle was born in 1977 in her traditional country of Antarrengeny, which lies in Alyawarr country north of the Utopia region in Central Australia.

In the late 1980s, Utopia became well known for the exceptional female artists that were bursting onto the Australian art scene. Selina grew up surrounded by artists and amidst the growing interest in art from the Utopia region. The theme for her paintings relate to the stories from her father's country Antarrengeny. Her painting style can vary from patterns of intricate dots when illustrating a landscape of her country to bold linear work when representing body paint design. Selina is also inspired by other designs that she sees in her country, and is constantly experimenting with design and colour.

Product Details:

  • Measurements: 10.5cm (height) x 7cm (diameter).
  • Material: Neoprene
  • Stubby holder comes with a small tag detailing the artist's name, photo and story design title and lets customers know that the artist receives royalties for this product
  • Australian Made 

Royalties from the sale of each product goes back to the artist and their community.