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ETHICALLY PRODUCED and printed in Sydney
Lord forgive me, for I have binned.
Out of the bin and onto your body. Express your pride in Australia’s #2 favourite bird of 2017 today.
Art by Claire Harrison.
320 GSM 100% cotton canvas tote
Reinforced shoulder straps and squared off hem
Featuring digital front print
Tote bag size 39cm x 35.5cm
All items printed and shipped from Sydney.
Aussie / NZ Shipping: $7 or free with $80+ orders for Auspost Tracked Shipping
Everywhere else: $22 or free with $200 orders for Tracked Courier Shipping
This product can be returned up to 100 days after purchase. Simply send the product back to us in the condition it was received for a new size, store credit, or a full refund.
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Lonely Kids Club invests its profits into a variety of non-for-profit welfare groups and charities. One of the biggest groups we work with is Animal Rescue Cooperative. To date we have raised over $50,000 for Animal Rescue Services in Australia.
We also raise money for broad range of charities such Headspace, Transcend Australia and The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.
Most of our products are sourced through AS Colour and other ethical suppliers who we chose specifically because of their high quality products and transparent ethical processes. Some of the social responsibility measures we take include:
- Transparency around production and promotion of fair, healthy, and safe practices.
- Partnership with The Better Cotton Initiative.
- Responsibly sourcing materials and ensuring ethical practices are maintained all through our supply chain.
All by-products of the printing process are either reused or recycled. We have removed nearly all plastic from our supply chain. Our ink cartridges are reused. All of our cardboard is recycled and we work with a supplier in Western Sydney who breaks down the components of our leftover ink into environmentally friendly nutrients to enrich soil.
I L.O.V.E.D. this tote on screen and wasn't disappointed in the F.L.E.S.H...
...mmmFlesh. And just like the tenderness of the skin of a Naughty Goddess of Cotton, the sublime texture of this tote required me to create a new category of Fetish for my life as a hedonistic binner.
Good strong construction should endure the transportation of my party melons to my next summer outdoors soir̩e. In fact I can think of no better way to transport my melons.
A mild warning however, for the weak of mind, the urge to jump atop public refuse receptacles on passing and dance upon their rim, may be overwhelming once tote are on shoulders.
My only negative is more governmental than product, in that after all my binning, I still kneel and pray that one day a Leader will come who is not so distracted at clapping mindlessly to Song in The Hills but determined to revitalise the Manufacturing Industry of Australia, so that fantastic organisations like LKC didn't have to look abroad for fetish inducing fabrics and could shop at home. Just imagine fabrics the texture of the skin of the Naughty Hemp Goddess, home-grown from the bush, no burning required...amen!
Final word: The Magdalena never looked so H.O.T.
Do you have a friend who insists that the disgusting binchicken is a beautiful displaced native water bird? Give them this.