Kirsten Nangala Egan was born in 1989 in Yuendumu, a remote aboriginal community 290 kilometres northwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory of Australia and grew up in the bush in Wayililinypa. Kirsten paints her grandfather’s Ngapa Jukurrpa (Water Dreaming). The tradition of painting is passed down by her mother Madeleine Napangardi Dixon and her grandmother Jeannie Nungarrayi Egan. The Dreamings relate to her land, its features and the plants and animals that inhabit it on the recycled tote bag.
Able to hold up to 20 kilograms, LOQI bags boast super strength, water resistance and bold designs – all folded neatly into a handy 11-centimetre carry pouch. Substantially sized and kind on our Earth, these are the perfect reusable to-go bags!
50 x 42cm
can carry up to 20kg
made from water resistant polyester