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Limited Edition Frangipani tote bag - designed by artist Craig Waddell

Show your support for Neuroblastoma Australia charity with a pre-order of our new limited edition tote bag designed by acclaimed Australian artist Craig Waddell. A maximum of 250 bags have been printed of this exclusive frangipani inspired bag.

100% of the profit from the sale of this product goes to Neuroblastoma Australia to support their research into better, kinder treatments for children diagnosed with the aggressive childhood cancer, neuroblastoma.

Product details: excellent quality tote bag digitally printed on heavy weight cotton (300 gsm). 39 cm (H) x 36 cm (W)

Washing instructions: hand wash or use cold, gentle cycle; do not tumble dry

Shipping within Australia from $8.50 and international shipping from $20.

 About Craig Waddell

Sydney born Craig Waddell has won numerous awards and residencies including the Moya Dyring Award, an AGNSW residency at Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, the Marten Bequest Travelling Art Scholarship and the Gunnery Studio at Artspace in Sydney.

Waddell has exhibited widely throughout Australia and Asia and has been a finalist in many of the key competitions in Australia including the Dobell, NSW Plein Air Painting Prize, Muswellbrook Open Art Prize, the ABN AMRO Emerging Art Award, Kilgour Prize and the Doug Moran Portrait Prize.

Waddell won the 2010 Mosman Art Prize and in 2011 his iconic rooster painting won the Clients Choice Award in the RBS emerging art prize. In 2012 was a finalist in the Archibald and Wynne Prizes.

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