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NEW CUSTOM SCRUBS & HI-VIS WORKSHIRTS AVAILABLE!
NAIDOC 2024 POLOS OUT NOW!
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Forever Reef by Mandy Draper
Button Up Shirts By Amanda Hinkelmann
'Home' By Caitlyn Davies-Plummer
'Country Connections' by Sheri Skele
Our NAIDOC Week Digital collection features four talented digital artists reflecting on and responding to this year's theme Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud. Each artist’s unique vision is a testament to the diversity of ways we celebrate Culture, Identity and Knowledge.
Printed by our team right here in Meanjin, we are proud to support local jobs and training and to keep as much of our production as possible on shore. Make your desk a little brighter with these beautiful NAIDOC themed mouse pads. They will help you keep your desk organised and tidy and fill your office space with colour. They are made with a non-slip base and smooth top surface for a more precise mouse movement.
“This year's theme celebrates the unyielding spirit of our communities and invites all to stand in solidarity, amplifying the voices that have long been silenced. The fire represents the enduring strength and vitality of Indigenous cultures, passed down through generations despite the challenges faced.” - National NAIDOC Committee 2024
Product: Mouse PadMaterials: Natural rubber backing and polyester surfaceSize: 3mm x 235mm x 196mmStory: Celebrating NAIDOC TogetherArtist: Caitlin Trindall
Celebrating NAIDOC Together
The vibrant colours are a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, with the flags and a raised fist representing blak power, allyship and the theme of 'blak, loud & proud'. The three pillars represent Elders of the past, present and future - those who have paved the way forward, and those who will continue to break barriers and thrive for generations to come. A beautiful big meeting place is represented in the top corner, to reflect community coming together to share and celebrate culture during NAIDOC week and beyond. Footprints are included to remind us to tread lightly as we walk this sacred land, and the water hole is a symbol of life, cleansing and hope.
Caitlin Trindall, is the Gomeroi woman behind Mirii Art. Learn more