These products were made in collaboration with Queensland Indigenous artist Cheryl Moggs. All product features her artwork Bushtucker which represents the richness of the native fruit and Cheryl’s memories of collecting naipans in the bush with her mother near the NSW Queensland border.
Cheryl Moggs is an Aboriginal artist, educator and leader in culturally grounded artistic development. She was born and lives on her traditional country in Goondiwindi, Queensland. She is a Bigambul descendant, a self-taught artist influenced by challenging western culture ideologies, mapping culture and place, constructing identities and connections. Corban & Blair first collaborated with Cheryl Moggs in 2008 creating the Bushtucker journal.
Client: Westpac Indigenous Banking
Services: Custom design, graphic design, sourcing and manufacturing
Application: Digital printing, blind blocking, packaging
Material: PU leather, digitally printed canvas lining
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