Willie Weston is a social enterprise that works with Indigenous artists to create curated collections of fabrics and wallpapers for residential and commercial design settings. Willie Weston uses two designs from Bábbarra Women’s Centre- Susan Marawarr’s Wak Wak (Black Crow Ancestor) and Elizabeth Kandabuma’s Mudripples.
All fabrics and wallpapers by Willie Weston are printed to order in Australia, and sold by the metre. Willie Weston also creates made to order cushions and other soft furnishings. All their products are available both to the interior design trade and to retail customers.
Willie Weston pays artists for each metre produced, providing ongoing income streams outside their main art practice. In doing so, they support the continuance of art production, and contribute to viable livelihoods, in communities across remote Australia.
Images by Martina Genmola