Urapun Muy (One Fire)


      BW Tribal's NAIDOC 2024 Urapun Muy Collection

      As we approach NAIDOC Week 2024, BW Tribal proudly presents the Urapun Muy Collection, featuring stunning graphic t-shirts, UPF 50 polo shirts, unisex hoodies, and more. This collection celebrates Indigenous culture through the vibrant artwork of Deb Belyea, the NAIDOC poster competition winner. Her piece, "Urapun Muy" (One Fire), encapsulates the 2024 NAIDOC theme, "Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud."

      Graphic Artwork Printed T-Shirts for Men and Women

      Our graphic t-shirts and men's graphic t-shirts are a standout in the Urapun Muy Collection. Featuring Deb Belyea's winning artwork, these t-shirts are not just stylish but also a powerful statement of cultural heritage. The designs celebrate Torres Strait Islander art and First Nations artwork, making them a perfect way to show your support during NAIDOC Week 2024.

      Unique Aboriginal Art Shirts Each Aboriginal art shirt in the collection is a tribute to the rich traditions of Indigenous culture. The vibrant designs are printed on high-quality fabric, ensuring that the artwork remains vivid and striking. These artwork printed t-shirts are perfect for anyone looking to celebrate Indigenous culture and support cultural knowledge sharing.

      UPF 50 and Sublimated Aboriginal Art Polo Shirts 

      For those who prefer a more polished look, the collection includes UPF 50 polo shirts and sublimated polo shirts. These Aboriginal art polo shirts offer sun protection while showcasing the breathtaking First Nations artwork. The UPF 50 rating ensures you stay safe from the sun, making these polo shirts ideal for outdoor events during NAIDOC Week 2024.

      The Versatility of Unisex Hoodies and Tank Tops Our unisex hoodies and unisex tank tops provide comfort and style, perfect for the cooler days of NAIDOC Week. Featuring Deb Belyea's "Urapun Muy," these pieces are designed for both men and women, allowing everyone to celebrate the NAIDOC theme with pride. The unisex designs ensure a perfect fit for all, making them a versatile addition to any wardrobe.

      Deb Belyea: The Artist Behind Urapun Muy (One Fire)

      Deb Belyea, a proud member of the Samuawgadhalgal Cassowary Clan, created the artwork that won the 2024 NAIDOC poster competition. Her piece, "Urapun Muy" (One Fire), was selected by the NAIDOC committee for its powerful depiction of cultural knowledge sharing. Belyea's artwork reflects the 2024 NAIDOC theme, "Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud," celebrating the resilience and vibrancy of Torres Strait Islander art and Aboriginal art.

      The Story Behind "Urapun Muy" (One Fire) "Urapun Muy" means "One Fire" in the Kalaw Kawaw Ya dialect, symbolising the unifying spirit of Indigenous culture. The artwork depicts ancestral hands placing an ember into a fire, representing the transfer of cultural knowledge from one generation to the next. This powerful imagery resonates with the NAIDOC theme, emphasising the importance of maintaining and sharing our cultural heritage.

      Get Ready For NAIDOC Week 2024 with BW Tribal and Deb Belyea's Groundbreaking Collaboration!

      NAIDOC Week 2024, running from 7-14 July, is a time to honour and celebrate the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This year's theme, "Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud," calls for a continued celebration of Indigenous identity and unity. By wearing pieces from the Urapun Muy Collection, you can join in this celebration and show your support for First Nations artwork and Indigenous culture.

      BW Tribal's Urapun Muy Collection is more than just a clothing line; it is a celebration of NAIDOC Week 2024 and a tribute to Deb Belyea's award-winning artwork. Whether you choose a graphic t-shirt, a UPF 50 polo shirt, or a unisex hoodie, you'll be showcasing the beauty and strength of Aboriginal art and Torres Strait Islander art. Celebrate with us and help keep the fire of cultural heritage burning bright.