Damper is an abstract print about the process of making traditional Island bread known to the islanders as Damper.
Trevally is a type of fish that is commonly seen and caught in the Indo-Pacific region. In this print the Trevally is illustrated by weaving coconut leaves together to form the shape of the fish.
The Island Gypsy wakes up as the sun starts to rise, still wearing her bikini. She rubs her eye and stretches her body as she yawns.
The word ‘Ged’ comes from the Eastern Island language of the Torres Strait ‘Meriam Mir’ and means ‘Home-place’. Every detail of The Ged Collection has been inspired by the Torres Strait Islands, its people and their way of life.
Inspired by the beauty that surrounds the Torres Straits, we wanted each print to be a reflection of the people, the landscape, traditions and the culture.