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This is an imaginative way to combine images of creatures of folklore along with more commonly encountered examples of Australian fauna! Most Australians would have a yarn to share about their experiences of one or more of these creatures crossing their path on busy highways, suburban streets or remote country roads!
Posted over 3 years ago.
Bunyips are water-dwelling creatures (if you believe in them, which many people do). Yowies are land-dwelling (ditto on belief), so I reckon your Yowie interpretation is on the money. There are so many roadsigns with animals on them in Australia, I think this is a terrific interpretation of the theme.
Thank you for all your comments, whoever made them! :)
I'm afraid that it was not meant to be a Bunyip, but a Yowie-Whowie.
I have read that they are similar, but the Yowie seems to walk more upright.
Although I have never seen either one.
Something strange going on there as that last comment - that looks as if stephen_of_spoonflower made it was actually by me... just so you know...
Yes, this made me smile, and it does make an effective fabric, and one I think might appeal to males in particular (I know several who collect these signs). I was wondering what a Yeti was doing in these - and then I read Scherre's comment, so maybe it is a bunyip?
I like this.. you've included lots of our unique and iconic creatures :) Love the one that I think is meant to be a bunyip!
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