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AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL ART SYMBOL "BOOMERANG" Boomerangs are throwing sticks which come in a wide variety of shapes. Boomerangs come in three types: returning, non-returning (hunting) and ceremonial.  Returning V shaped boomerang is designed to return to the thrower. Usually about 35 to 45 centimetres long. Sometimes they may be smaller or larger.   The returning boomerang was not primarily designed for hunting as it is too light and wouldn't guarantee a kill....

AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL ART SYMBOL "BOOMERANG" Boomerangs are throwing sticks which come in a wide variety of shapes. Boomerangs come in three types: returning, non-returning (hunting) and ceremonial. Returning V shaped boomerang is designed to return to the thrower. Usually about 35 to 45 centimetres long. Sometimes they may be smaller or larger. The returning boomerang was not primarily designed for hunting as it is too light and wouldn't guarantee a kill....

These circles have multiple interpretations: ants (honey ants), fruits, flowers or eggs.  These are gathered by Australian Aboriginal women as a food source or used as a bush medicine.  Bush tucker is the food Australian Aboriginal People lived on Prior to colonisation. It includes edible plants, nuts, tubers, fruits, seafood and game.  Their understanding of Indigenous plants goes way beyond just knowing what is edible........

These circles have multiple interpretations: ants (honey ants), fruits, flowers or eggs. These are gathered by Australian Aboriginal women as a food source or used as a bush medicine. Bush tucker is the food Australian Aboriginal People lived on Prior to colonisation. It includes edible plants, nuts, tubers, fruits, seafood and game. Their understanding of Indigenous plants goes way beyond just knowing what is edible........

Tracks, whether human or animal, are often shown as they appear on the ground.  This symbol represents the tracks of a dingo,which is an Australian native dog.  Foot prints and other symbols are used to depict wildlife, as well as representing their tracks left in the sand. Some artists depict the wildlife in outline form and 3 dimensional representation, whilst other artist use a particular pattern to portray the wildlife.

Tracks, whether human or animal, are often shown as they appear on the ground. This symbol represents the tracks of a dingo,which is an Australian native dog. Foot prints and other symbols are used to depict wildlife, as well as representing their tracks left in the sand. Some artists depict the wildlife in outline form and 3 dimensional representation, whilst other artist use a particular pattern to portray the wildlife.

Aboriginal Symbols Glossary | Central Art Aboriginal Art Store

This is the aboriginal symbol for meeting place. Idea to diy print onto a rustic chopping board or have it engraved.

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Aboriginal Symbols Glossary | Central Art Aboriginal Art Store

Aboriginal Symbols Glossary | Central Art Aboriginal Art Store

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