Description I’ve spent many hours trekking the dunes along the Sunshine Coastline monitoring the activity of coastal foxes and Ive watched them change dramatically over the years. The foredunes are a critical part of the dune ecosystem. They provide a reservoir of sand to help replenish the beach following erosion events, and act as a barrier to protect the area from tidal surges, waves and saltwater intrusion. Vegetation such as pig face which you can see in this artwork serve as traditional Aboriginal food as well as have an important role to play in dune stabilisation.
Framing I come framed in a flat matte white, flat matte black and flat natural frame.

I am framed using ethically sourced timber and high-quality acrylic.

I can be made in different sizes or frames to better suit your walls, so please email us to make this happen –

Printing I am printed on high-quality acrylic using fancy pants UV print technology.
Sizing Just to let you know the sizes listed here are my print size and not my external size. For my external size, our brainy FAQ page will give you all the insight you need to know on how big I really am. To make me smaller or bigger email at  –
Hanging I arrive ready to meet my wall. I also come with some protectors to ensure that your wall and me get along nicely.
Shipping As I am made with love down under, I usually ship within 14 days from the date you pick me.
Artist Bigi Nagala. For every artwork sold, a percentage of the sale price goes directly back to the artist.