These specially designed masks are inspired by ancient Manitoba Indigenous design. Destiny Seymour of Indigo Arrows, takes her inspiration from patterns found on the pottery collections and bone tools of her ancestors. The designs are intended to provoke thought, bridge gaps and inspire loved ones. This specific pattern is one of Destiny’s signature designs called Ishkoday. Ishkoday means ‘flint rock’ in Anishinaabemowin, having the arrows represent the triangular shape of the rock and signifies the element of fire.
With your purchase of one of these limited edition masks, you will be directly supporting The Butterfly Club in Winnipeg, MB. The Butterfly Club is a program designed to engage, motivate, and support Indigenous girls and Two-Spirit youth, 9-13 years of age, in cultural, social, and leadership development activities. The weekly program provides youth with opportunities to develop self-confidence and a sense of belonging, guided by a curriculum focusing on Indigenous cultural reclamation, environmental stewardship, self-development, and community involvement.
- Option to add a filter to make your mask 3 ply.
- Fitted for children – lightweight and comfortable to wear.
- Cotton-modal masks.
- Made in Canada.
- 92 % Recycled Cotton, 8 % Spandex.
- Machine wash, cold water.
- Lay flat to dry.