7” x 5” Dingo Flour Mill Maple Wood Veneer Print by Jo Ward.
Photographs of Western Australia by Jo Ward Photography printed onto ultra thin maple wood veneer.
The Dingo flour mill has been a prominent icon in North Fremantle for more than 93 years and contrary to popular belief, the huge dingo logo was not created by late West Aussie businessman Alan Bond.
The dingo logo was painted by artist Les Nash for the astronomical cost of £40 in 1940.
During World War II, in 1943, the sign had to be painted out as part of the war precautions.
After the war, in 1946, using the still visible outline of the original, the dingo was repainted by Fred Parnell of Parnell Signs, who gave it an eye.
The natural wood grain interacts with each image creating a unique one of a kind print.
You can have them as a print and frame them or you could send them as a postcard as you can write on the back. You could even put a magnet on the back and brighten up your fridge.
Various images available.
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