Design by Potawatomi Artist – Daphne Odjig.
Born on Manitoulin Island’s Wikwemikong reserve of Odawa, Potawatami and English heritage, Daphne Odjig is one of Canada’s most celebrated Indigenous painter’s and print makers, Her art often addresses issues of colonization, the displacement of indigenous people’s, and the status of indigenous women and children, bringing indigenous political issues to the forefront of contemporary art practices and theory. Royalty is paid for each product sold.
“The calmness of the evening brings families together to share in all the beauty that nature can offer.” -Daphne Odjig
Wallets are made from synthetic leather measuring 19x10x3 cm. The wallet has 14 card slots, 6 pockets, and a zipped change pocket. Packaged in an elegant box that comes with a protective pouch.
All profit goes toward supporting youth employment, programming and services offered by the ENAGB Youth Program.