3 Trending Products This Week

3 Trending Products This Week

Words By Annie Parry

Whether you’re on the hunt for the perfect gift for an upcoming birthday or looking for a colourful addition to your workwear wardrobe; our weekly best sellers have a little something for everyone. With this wonderful selection of apparel and goods, not only will you gain a beautiful and unique piece of art, but also peace of mind that you’re supporting Indigenous artists when you purchase.  

Medicine Leaves – Kid’s singlet

Perfect for every-day activities, this lightweight and 100% breathable QuickDry fabric adorns a beautiful artwork of Gamilaraay woman and artist Karla McGrady. ‘Medicine Leaves’ depicts Eurah leaves with a repetitive and contrasting design of intricate bright yellow and gold dotwork on a light blue circular background. Through traditional cleansing and smoking ceremonies, the Eurah leaves are used for their healing and cleansing properties and used by Karla’s tribe in NSW. With a smooth finish and anti-sweat properties this singlet can handle the busy days out in the yard, and afterwards can just be thrown in the normal wash – a win-win. 

Oyster – Men’s Dress Shirt

Hunting for a fun festival fit, or just a funky addition to your weekend wardrobe? Our original BW Tribal ‘Oyster’ design will have you turning heads for sure. Thick bold and vivid outlines of red, black and yellow, form a repetitive pattern of the rounded shapes of oyster shells. The stylish slim fit, black collar and dropped shoulders of this classic dress shirt has all the boxes ticked for a breezy button-up. Can be paired easily with jeans or board shorts and is perfect for any day out, it’s no wonder it’s selling quick!

My Old People (NAIDOC 2023) – Stainless steel vacuum water bottle

Continue the conversation of NAIDOC week with our ever-popular light-weight stainless steel water bottles that keep cold for 24 hours, an essential if your going walkabout! Gamilaraay woman and artist Karla McGrady, uses art as a form of storytelling in her piece ‘My Old People’, which is based on the 2023 NAIDOC theme; For Our Elders. The mixed pattern design of dot work and curved lines depict both the land and waterways merging, which are connected by overlayed white handprints. These hands represent the wisdom of our elders; whom are the knowledge holders and keepers of our stories, as well as the caretakers of the land shown. 

Check out these styles and more on our website, where you’ll find a huge selection of apparel and goods from other talented Indigenous artists.