I've had to vote 'Yes' twice, and now I'm faced with voting 'Yes' again to ensure a Voice for our Indigenous people in Australia. Being a Wiradjuri and Birpai man, as well as a Queer artist, my journey has been a tapestry of experiences from both First Nations and LGBTIQ+ communities. Through my art, I strive to intertwine these diverse experiences, creating vibrant kaleidoscopes of colour and sharing rich cultural stories.
This progress flag I've designed, with its journey lines and meeting places, stands as a symbol of inclusion and human experiences. It brings to life the journey of every Australian, expressed through the beautiful spectrum of colours in the rainbow.
For me, voting 'Yes' in this referendum isn't just about politics; it's a chance to have my ancestors represented and my people's voices heard. It's a simple yet crucial step towards justice and equality. Supporting this initiative feels like the right thing to do, not only for my community but for the broader society as well. Together, we can foster a more inclusive and compassionate Australia, where everyone's story and identity are valued and respected.
297mm x 420mm below is printed on 300gsm
Artworks are printed with a 5 mm outer margin
Artworks are printed on coloured paper for an eye-catching result.
420mm x 594mm is printed 160gsm coated paper
The artworks deliver brilliant and vivid colours through a superior printing process that provides beautiful stunning pieces that you can display.