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Our Many Tribes NAIDOC Lanyard Pack

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Original Artwork by:

Charlie Chambers Jnr
Aboriginal Jarowair man

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Celebrate NAIDOC Week with our colourful lanyards. Featuring 5 amazing designs this year, look the part when conferences and events are back, or grab a pack and give away to family and friends!

Not the typical cheap throwaways, these quality lanyards also feature:

  • detachable buckle
  • breakaway strap
  • heavy duty clip

Style: Sublimated Lanyard
Fabric:
 Polyester
Washing: Cold hand wash
Story: Our Many Tribes
Artist: Charlie Chambers Jnr

Story: Our Many Tribes
Artist: 
Charlie Chambers Jnr

The different shades of colours in the background represent different states; but long before those states came along, we had boundaries of our own. The defined segments represent all the different tribes that existed in Australia, long before colonisation. These tribes made up the nation within itself.

When we talk about this year's NAIDOC theme "Always Was, Always Will Be", we talk about the different tribes, different languages and different clans that exist, and continue to exist today.

Celebrate NAIDOC Week with our colourful lanyards. Featuring 5 amazing designs this year, look the part when conferences and events are back, or grab a pack and give away to family and friends!

Not the typical cheap throwaways, these quality lanyards also feature:

  • detachable buckle
  • breakaway strap
  • heavy duty clip

Style: Sublimated Lanyard
Fabric:
 Polyester
Washing: Cold hand wash
Story: Our Many Tribes
Artist: Charlie Chambers Jnr

ARTIST - Charlie Chambers Jnr

Charlie Chambers Jnr

Charlie Chambers (Jnr) is an Australian Aboriginal artist belonging to the Jarowair tribe from the Toowoomba, Dalby and Bunya mountain region.

“When I was young, I would sit with my elders and listen to these Dreamtime stories, but the stories would go in one ear and out the other. It was when I got older that I started to think about these stories and start painting them”.

“The main reason I love painting is to keep the stories that the elders told me about the community alive”.

Instagram @jarrawoir

Story: Our Many Tribes
Artist: 
Charlie Chambers Jnr

The different shades of colours in the background represent different states; but long before those states came along, we had boundaries of our own. The defined segments represent all the different tribes that existed in Australia, long before colonisation. These tribes made up the nation within itself.

When we talk about this year's NAIDOC theme "Always Was, Always Will Be", we talk about the different tribes, different languages and different clans that exist, and continue to exist today.

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