Australia’s paddle ball craze of the Seventies saw milk bars flogging endless Dingbat and Skyball paddles sponsored by youth-hungry brands like Coke and Streets. School playgrounds reverberated with the sound of bouncing rubber balls (and the crack of colliding hard balls from the simultaneous Clackers craze). Improbably, schools organised brand-sponsored demonstrations of paddle ball tricks by grown men in suits who claimed to be paddle ball champions. One of these men adorns the “Addled Paddle”, albeit with my face covering his.
From HOW I FELT
Hand-printed dye transfer on acoustic felt tile.
50 signed, numbered prints in each size: S, M, L, XL.
Comes framed without glass because felt looks better naked.
S 10 x 15 cm framed in colour shown = AU$100
M 21 x 30 cm framed in colour shown = AU$200
L 50 x 70 cm framed in colour shown = $AU400
Add 10% GST to all orders.
Shipping is calculated at check-out. Ships in a box.
Allow 2-4 weeks for domestic and 3-5 weeks for international delivery.
|Dimensions||120 × 120 × 6 cm|