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Kindling NAIDOC 2024 Unisex Three Pocket Scrub Top

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Brighten up long days on your feet caring for those who need it most! Our scrubs feature First Nations artwork printed onto high tech, high quality workwear that is both practical and beautiful. 

With a comfy and flattering V-neck, tailored yet breathable fit, and 3 pockets for all your essentials, this Scrub Top has all you need to get through your working day. Made with a touch of spandex in our sturdy yet light poly-blend, you feel protected and comfortable all day long in these beautiful designs.

Features:
2 side pockets and 1 chest pocket with seamless pattern positioning 
- Breathable, slight stretch fabric with moisture-wicking properties
- No-iron crease free design

Style: Unisex Scrub Top 3 Pocket
Fabric: 190GSM Poly Blend - 92%  Polyester+ 8% Spandex
Washing: Cold hand wash

Artwork: Kindling
Artist: Sheri Skele

 

 

Kindling - NAIDOC 2024

This artwork is called Kindling and represents the unyielding spirit and voices of Indigenous communities still fighting and honouring the undying flame of Indigenous cultures. Just like the essential elements needed to keep a fire burning we need these voices to continue to ignite the fire and kindle the sparks of pride and unity that celebrates our Indigenous identity that empowers everyone else to keep going. As we honour the flame that unites us through this years NAIDOC theme this piece tells a story of our communities who continue to fight and stand in solidarity to amplify our voices and enrich our nation with Indigenous culture. These voices are like the small pieces of wood used to start the fire and once its burning will ignite the larger pieces of wood inviting the rest of Australia to join the fight, to listen and engage in meaningful conversations, fostering a society where the wisdom and contributions of Indigenous people are fully valued and respected. In this piece you will see all of the different elements used for kindling such as small sticks, dry grass, leaves, shaved paper bark, dry pine needles, tinder fungus and dry cattail leaves. In this artwork there are groups of people who represent the Indigenous communities and the chain effect of sharing and passing down knowledge and stories which triggers further conversation and positive change for future generations. I have also included rain as sometimes the flame falters in harsh environments but with the challenge of rain comes regrowth and an opportunity to be stronger and more united than ever before.

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Sheri Skele (Bigi Nagala)

Aboriginal Bidjara woman

"I began painting as a way to connect with my culture and quickly realised that it was also an incredibly meditative and spirit... Learn more