There are many anecDOTes to explain Australian Aboriginal dot art. Some say the dot-style was used early on in sand drawings to tell SPECKtacular stories…
(A. Napanangka “Amicitia”)
Others say the inspiration came from Australia’s baron landscapes where trees and stones can be SPOTted from miles away, DOTting the horizon…
(M. Doolan “Bush Tucker After Rain")
And others say the dots’ purpose was to disguise the sacred meanings of these reMARKably complex paintings.
(C. Turner “Stella")
Whatever the reason, there’s no questioning the Ab-originality of Aboriginal dot art! So we're connecting the dots too, and bringing a piece of Aboriginal Australia to the Taaluma collection…
Here’s to the world's many viewPOINTs & to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!
Jack & Alley, Co-Founders
“Bangkok, Thailand is a massive beautiful city that is always busy and filled with tons of people and shopping centers.” - Traveler Austin Romito
From eating the Thai-riffic street food that many say is the best food they’d ever pad,
Traveler Lucy, a self-proclaimed Taalumaniac, lived in Malaysia for a few years when she was a young child.
Now an adult, she returned to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to find her childhood home.
Armed with a handful of memories and unwavering determination, she set out on her quest.