Group 12

Download Your Free Wardrobe Rehab Ebook!

Get our free 45 page Wardrobe Rehab Book when you sign up for our newsletter! Learn how to perfect your closet in five easy steps using this easy manual. Select your newsletter frequency below.

No Thanks
Wardrobe Rehab Book
Included Free
Subscribe

Amazing Indigenous Makers & Artists To Know

Inspiration Jun 17, 2020

Talk about beautiful details!

One thing I’ve always wanted to do is learn more about Australia’s Indigenous artists and makers, so I’ve taken some time recently to research and follow as many as I can. I always knew that that the first nations peoples of Australia have such amazing traditional crafts as part of their culture, and it has been such a pleasure to delve into the world’s of different makers, artists and collectives. The talent out there is truly impressive.

In this round up: Woven hat by Bula Bula Arts s for Maara CollectiveHand painted jacket by GInny’s Girl GangPiccabean woven basket by artist Kim Brolga Williams, Beautiful ceramics by Carlene Thomson at Ernabella ArtsPainting by Imitjala Curley at Aboriginal ContemporaryWoven dilly bag by Margaret Djarrbalabal at Bula Bula ArtsPrinted linen suit from Magpie Goose

Waymbul Studio

The most beautiful handbuilt ceramics made by Meg Croydon. There’s a new collection coming soon!

Smoke and Ochre

Traditional Aboriginal bush medicines made by hand by three generations of Indigenous women.

Aboriginal Contemporary

Not so much a single artists as a gallery with the MOST amazing artists and makers. I want so many pieces of art after window shopping on this site, I have particularly fallen for these Betty Carrington artworks.

Bula’bula Arts

Bula’bula Arts is an Aboriginal not for profit organisation that aims to preserve and foster Yolngu culture. It sells so many incredible traditional creations including string bags and artwork.

Maara Collective

This beautiful resortwear line embraces a collaborative approach to creating pieces that reflect traditional skills and craftsmanship. Founder Julie Shaw, a Yuwaalaraay woman, aims to showcase and celebrate Indigenous art and fashion by working with smaller art collectives to create beautiful designs.

In case you’re in Brisbane and looking for a one stop shop with lots of creative indigenous brands, my friends at Open House West End stock a gorgeous array of items.

Share

Let us know your thoughts!

You Might Also Like

Home / Inspiration

Five Tips for Styling Your Home With Secondhand Pieces

The secret to a unique space? Antiques! The difference between a well...

Read