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Joorr - (snake) jalalay season (spring) by sekodesigns

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Joorr - (snake) jalalay season (spring) by 

Bardi ‘Saltwater’ people at England’s most famous sacred site Stonehenge: Photo: © Julian Andrews.

Joorr is a word used by the Bardi ‘Saltwater’ people meaning snake. The Bardi people are from the Dampier Peninsula situated around 200 kilometres north-east of Broome, Western Australia. They are coastal people who have looked to the land, open waters, tidal flats and mangrove creeks for thousands of years for food, law and traditions. Even to this day Bardi people continue to practice their culture and to live this way of life.

About Posters:

RedBubble posters are available in three sizes, with a maximum print area of “A2, A1 or A0.": Posters are printed with a 5mm white border. They’re printed on durable 180GSM matte stock. These posters are water-proof, which we discovered when James “washed” one in the sink. Although the print survived surprisingly well, we recommend ordering new posters in preference to scrubbing them under a faucet.

Each print is available in 5 seasons:

*"Summer Print

*"Winter Print

Spring Print

*"Autumn Print

*"Monsoon Print – Black White.


ocean, water, snake, autumn, broome, fish, australia, animals, aboriginal, beautiful, indigenous, designs, seko, sekodesigns


  • Mui-Ling Teh
    Mui-Ling Tehalmost 2 years ago

    Very nice Seko; in this work, those snakes are in unity with the Earth.

  • Hi Mui-Ling Teh; thank you for your comment.

    – sekodesigns

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