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Extinct Australian Megafauna fabric by upcyclepatch on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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Fabric prints and photos used to enhance upcycled creations. Specialising in patches to use on children's clothing, and other stuff for children in the main. My sisters excellent work can now be found at http://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/ebyg

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Genyornis newtoni (Demon Duck), Procoptodon (Short-faced kangaroo), Thylacoleo (Marsupial Lion), Diprotodon (Giant Wombat). These were really massive

Genyornis newtoni (Demon Duck), Procoptodon (Short-faced kangaroo), Thylacoleo (Marsupial Lion), Diprotodon (Giant Wombat). These were really massive creatures the Giant Wombat was about 2.2 meters tall. Animal shapes drawn by me, design inspired by a sign I saw for the extinct Moa in New Zealand.

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su_g

su_g says: So clever - the Giant Wombat always grabs me - the mind boggles at the thought of one standing over two meters tall - especially as just the normal sized ones have a fairly' crash or crash-through' approach...

Posted over 4 years ago.

bippidi...

bippidiiboppidii says: Clever idea, and those signs are very iconic. I'm really glad the old Diprotodon made an appearance too. The demon duck I'm definitely going to have to look up!

Posted over 4 years ago.

ebygomm

ebygomm says: Great idea

Posted over 4 years ago.

cjldesigns

cjldesigns says: This is a really clever design and I love that you have used extinct Australian animals!

Posted over 4 years ago.

upcycle...

upcyclepatch says: Thanks for the lovely comments - I haven't entered a contest in a while but this one just grabbed me and just grew into something I am very happy with (although the repeat today looks out on here but looked ok in Photoshop - might have to investigate that one a bit more).

Posted over 4 years ago.

weaving...

weavingmajor says: golly, I did not anticipate so many entries in this contest making me cry. It's sad to think about all these guys not being ABLE to cross the road any more - and the road (symbolic of us humans) being a metaphor for why they are gone. Excellent design and the yellow-and-black-on-tan works well, and the format ties together all the diverse animals in an intelligent and poignant way.

Posted over 4 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: This is a terrific design of some fascinating extinct animals. The mind boggles when thinking about the dangers of driving through the bush at night if the giant wombats were still lumbering around in the undergrowth!

Posted over 4 years ago.