Gang Gang Cockatoo, Red & Burnt PinkRegular price $ 169.00
Our beautiful wallpaper is printed in Australia using our striking contemporary hand-drawn designs. This featured design is inspired by the Gang Gang Cockatoo. The Gang-gang Cockatoo, or Gang Gang for short, is a small, stocky cockatoo with a wispy crest, large, broad wings and a short tail. The adult male has a distinctive scarlet red head and crest, with the rest of the body slate-grey. The adult female has a dark grey head and crest, with the feathers of the underparts edged pink and yellow. In both sexes, the feathers of the upper wings are faintly edged pale-grey, giving a barred appearance, with females having additional yellow edging to their feathers that increases this barred effect.
• Each panel is 30"w (27.9"w, trimmed), available in 118", 127", and 147" panels
• Repeat: horizontal, 27.9", straight match
• 3-4 week lead time.
• The smooth and matte 350gsm paper is made from 30% recycled and 70% renewable resources.
• This wallpaper is printed with eco – solvent inks for durability and light resistance.
• Fire Rated ASTM-E84: Class A – USA
Multi colored illustration on a coral background
Tamara Design Co is an unabashedly bold pattern design and textiles studio in Canberra, Australia.
The spark for Tamara’s obsession began while studying fashion design at Sydney’s Whitehouse school back in the late 1990s, here Tamara was introduced to the wallpaper designs of William Morris and Florence Broadhurst, she quickly become enamoured by their use of intricate patterns and the consummate skill that was evident in their works.
Starting from a slow burn Tamara went on to study textile design and screen printing at RMIT, honing the skills she had developed during her earlier studies she went on to produce some truly innovative and remarkable designs. Her talent for pattern design was noted by several important figures in the Melbourne scene, resulting in Tamara being awarded an internship with UK’s Timorous Beasties upon her graduation in 2010.
Her experience with Timorous Beasties further fueled her obsession, and having decided that that was what she wanted to do with the rest of her life Tamara returned to Melbourne and founded Funky Wombat Textiles in 2011. In 2016 Funky Wombat Textiles was rebranded to Tamara Design Co.