Woologangii : River in Gamilaroi Country
The Woologangii River is represented with curved lines to show the flow of the river through the landscape. The circles on either side of the river symbolise different aspects of the country with varying colours.
Made in collaboration with First Nations artist Thomas Avery, the Woologangii range includes an A5 journal and a travel wallet. The A5 journal features a curved inner pocket with two slits for business cards, refillable A5 notepad, a pen loop and elastic closure. The travel wallet features multiple pockets for holding a passport, boarding pass and other cards. All products are made from recycled leather.
Thomas ‘Bagaay’ Avery is a descendant of the Gamilaroi tribe in northern NSW. His personal totem is the blue tongue lizard. Thomas’s ancestors were born at Bohena Creek Aboriginal Reserve, Narrabri. Thomas is a painter, designer and filmmaker using his unique insights to communicate his culture.