Urapun Muy (One Fire) - Women's Corporate Polo (Limited Edition)
Urapun Muy (One Fire) - Women's Corporate Polo (Limited Edition)

Urapun Muy (One Fire)

'Urapun Muy (One Fire)' by Deb Beylea has been selected as the winning entry of the 2024 NAIDOC Week Poster Competition and will serve as the official artwork for NAIDOC Week 2024.

The artwork depicts the hands of an elder carefully nurturing a glowing ember, symbolising the sacred act of passing down cultural wisdom and traditions to the younger generation, ensuring the continuity of Indigenous identity and pride.

The 2024 National NAIDOC Poster incorporating the Aboriginal Flag and the Torres Strait Islander Flag (licensed by the Torres Strait Island Council).

Urapun Muy (One Fire) - Women's Corporate Polo (Limited Edition)

$50.00 $50.00

1. Add item to cart & place your order
Select sizes and upload your company logo for customisation to place your order.
2. Approve your mockup
Once your order is placed, we will send you a digital mockup for approval.
3. Production & Dispatch
Upon approval, we will begin production and notify you when your order is dispatched.

Buy 15 for $50.00
Buy 26 for $48.00
Buy 51 for $45.00
Buy 101 for $42.00
Buy 201 for $40.00
Buy 501 for $38.00

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The estimated dispatch date is 6 weeks after mockup approval.
Guaranteed delivery before NAIDOC Week.

Minimum Order Quantity: 15 

Introducing our NAIDOC 2024 Corporate  Polos, showcasing "Urapun Muy (One Fire)," the official artwork for NAIDOC Week 2024 by Samuawgadhalgal artist and NAIDOC poster competition winner, Deb Belyea.

Elevate your corporate look with our luxuriously lightweight Aboriginal art Corporate Polos. Made from 100% Breathable Coolpass Quick Dry polyester with a UPF 50+ rating, these polos offer anti-sweat properties for all-day comfort. Add your custom logos, text, or graphics to create a unique design that reflects your brand's personality. Available in a variety of colours to match your corporate branding.

.: 135 GSM Coolpass 100% Quick Dry polyester
.: Moisture-wicking & odour resistant
.: Add custom logos, text or graphics
.: Available in a variety of colours to match your brand
.: Minimum order quantity of 15

  • Customised Products: Each product is uniquely printed based on your order, making for a personalised experience!
  • Eco-Friendly Approach: Print on demand significantly reduces waste by printing only what is ordered, promoting environmental sustainability.
  • Quality Assurance: Each product is crafted with attention to detail, ensuring high quality and durability.
  • Resourcefulness: Efficient use of materials and resources reflects our commitment to environmental responsibility.
Shipping/Printing Time:
Print-on-Demand products will be shipped separately when ordered alongside other items. Please expect an extended delivery time of 5-9 business days due to the additional production time required after placing your order.
  • Printing/Production Time: 2-4 business days.
  • Shipping Time: 3-5 business days.

Showcase your brand's commitment to diversity and cultural heritage by customising and branding products with BW Tribal. When you choose to align your business with our 100% Indigenous-owned brand, you're doing more than just adding a logo to a product. You're championing the stories, traditions, and artistry of the Indigenous community.

  • Cultural Engagement: Enhance your brand's depth by associating with rich Indigenous traditions and stories.
  • Ethical Branding: Make a positive social impact, supporting local Indigenous artists and communities with each purchase.
  • Unique Aesthetic: Differentiate your brand with distinctive designs rooted in ancient artistry, ensuring you stand out in the market.

Every customised product tells a narrative of resilience, pride, and the rich tapestry of Indigenous Australia. Support the Indigenous community, promote cultural awareness, and infuse your brand with purpose. Make a statement that resonates - choose BW Tribal for meaningful branding that makes a difference. Stand with us, support Indigenous heritage, and let your business be a beacon of positive change.

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Urapun Muy (One Fire)

'Urapun Muy (One Fire)' by Deb Beylea has been selected as the winning entry of the 2024 NAIDOC Week Poster Competition and will serve as the official artwork for NAIDOC Week 2024.

The artwork depicts the hands of an elder carefully nurturing a glowing ember, symbolising the sacred act of passing down cultural wisdom and traditions to the younger generation, ensuring the continuity of Indigenous identity and pride.

The 2024 National NAIDOC Poster incorporating the Aboriginal Flag and the Torres Strait Islander Flag (licensed by the Torres Strait Island Council).

Deb Belyea

BW Tribal  is proud to celebrate the announcement of Samuawgadhalgal artist Deb Belyea as the winner of the 2024 NAIDOC Week Poster Competition. Belyea's winning artwork, titled 'Urapun Muy' meaning 'One Fire' in the Kalaw Kawaw Ya dialect, beautifully embodies this year's theme, "Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud."

As an educator and proud member of the Cassowary Clan,whose ancestry connects to the upper Western Torres Strait islands, including Saibai, Dauan, and the Bamaga-Saibai community of Cape York, Belyea's design draws inspiration from her Torres Strait Islander hertifage. The central fire ember symbolises the eternal flame of cultural knowledge and pride that must be kept alive across generations.


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a 100% Indigenous owned clothing brand from the heart of Australia. Merging traditional artistry with modern fashion, each piece we create tells a story of Australia’s Indigenous cultures. More than just clothing, our designs are a celebration of heritage, resilience, and the intricate tales of our ancestors. With every garment, we aim to amplify Indigenous voices, bridging age-old traditions with today's style. Wear our pieces as a tribute to the rich tapestry of Indigenous Australia. Join us in this journey with BW Tribal.

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