Aboriginal Flag Finally Free For Public Use

After a two-year legal battle (and many more years of disputes and conflict), the Aboriginal flag is freely available for public use now that the designer transferred copyright to the Commonwealth in a $20 million deal that supersedes any other holdings. Designed in 1970 by Aboriginal artist Harold Thomas, the black, yellow and red flag became an iconic symbol that represents Indigenous people, the majesty …

Karrinyarra Throw Blanket

Made with 100% cotton and yarn that’s 70% recycled, the Karrinyarra throw is designed by Aboriginal artist Emma Daniels in collaboration with Koskela and Slowdown Studio for the Tangentyere collection—a line dedicated to showcasing Indigenous Australian artists. This blanket features elements of Papunya and Karrinyarra country, paying homage to Daniels’ culture and community. Proceeds from the licensing fee for this blanket directly support the artist’s …

Solidarity Hoodie

Championing unity and solidarity with Indigenous Australians, the Take Pride Movement releases apparel and accessories emblazoned with messages of pride and togetherness. The brand’s pullover Solidarity Hoodie does more than utilize language of equality, it also incorporates the colors of the Aboriginal Flag. From small to 5XL, the garment incorporates raglan sleeves, a kangaroo pocket and a lined hood. Price is in AUD.