Our Brands 2018-01-23T11:02:26+00:00

Brand: Muralappi Journey

Artist: Jessica Skeen-Mckinnon

Murlappi

A descendant of the Burri Gubba and Kuku Typan tribes of North Queensland, Muralappi (Jessica Skeen-Mckinnon) was born into a family of talented artists and craftspeople. The name Muralappi translates to “youngest of my generation”, being the youngest of 14 children.

Jessica has painting since she was seven. Inspired by her father, she has evolved her artistic talent into one which reflects on nature and a message of identity – questioning our roots and belonging. Her art uses traditional motifs and colours from the desert, rainforests and oceans of Queensland.

The youngest of 8 children, Yakinno (Tanya Debono) hails from the Western Victoria Gunditjmara tribe. Yakinno means “Dreamtime” in the Gunditjmara language. Tanya’s style, and that of her tribe, is especially unique focussing on textures and abstract forms.

Tanya’s art is inspired by bark and plant textures native to Western Victoria and in typical Victorian style is mostly black and white. Her sketches and art are a blue-print of her imagination and inner-workings of her mind. You can often find Tanya in a quiet corner of a Warrnambool café developing her pieces.

Brand: Yakkino Gunditjmara Dreaming

Artist: Tanya Debono

Brand: Diwana Dreaming

Artist: Nathan Patterson

Nathan Patterson is a proud Wagiman man from Torquay, Victoria. Diwana is the name of Nathan’s son and also means “Wedge-tail Eagle” which is his totem symbol.

Nathan’s style is a mixture of indigenous symbols and western brush strokes, while using a modern colour palette. His art speaks of the ancient Dreamtime stories of his people while drawing from his love of the bush and its wildlife. Nathan’s art brings us back to our connection with nature and reminds us of our beginnings.

Christine von Arnim is a young talent from Melbourne, Victoria. Her specialty is graphic art, injected with a sense of style. Her colour combinations are eclectic and make a fashion statement. Christine can also be credited for the design of our logo and website banner.

Christine has been passionate about art from a young age and designs with purpose and love. Her work ethic is faultless and she is always enthusiastic about designing new concepts with us.

Brand: Galleria Australiana & Wow Australia

Artist: Christine von Arnim

Brand: Wow Australia

Artist: Edward Rocha

Edward is a Melbourne based animation and digital artist with a passion for modern storytelling. His creative flair promotes a wonderfully cheeky and youthful style. He uses vibrant and bold colours which makes for eye catching merchandise.

Edward’s expertise is creating digital artwork and animation for which his reputation has grown by leaps and bounds.

Brand: Muralappi Journey

Artist: Jessica Skeen-Mckinnon

Murlappi

A descendant of the Burri Gubba and Kuku Typan tribes of North Queensland, Muralappi (Jessica Skeen-Mckinnon) was born into a family of talented artists and craftspeople. The name Muralappi translates to “youngest of my generation”, being the youngest of 14 children.

Jessica has painting since she was seven. Inspired by her father, she has evolved her artistic talent into one which reflects on nature and a message of identity – questioning our roots and belonging. Her art uses traditional motifs and colours from the desert, rainforests and oceans of Queensland.

Brand: Yakkino Gunditjmara Dreaming

Artist: Tanya Debono

The youngest of 8 children, Yakinno (Tanya Debono) hails from the Western Victoria Gunditjmara tribe. Yakinno means “Dreamtime” in the Gunditjmara language. Tanya’s style, and that of her tribe, is especially unique focussing on textures and abstract forms.

Tanya’s art is inspired by bark and plant textures native to Western Victoria and in typical Victorian style is mostly black and white. Her sketches and art are a blue-print of her imagination and inner-workings of her mind. You can often find Tanya in a quiet corner of a Warrnambool café developing her pieces.

Brand: Diwana Dreaming

Artist: Nathan Patterson

Nathan Patterson is a proud Wagiman man from Torquay, Victoria. Diwana is the name of Nathan’s son and also means “Wedge-tail Eagle” which is his totem symbol.

Nathan’s style is a mixture of indigenous symbols and western brush strokes, while using a modern colour palette. His art speaks of the ancient Dreamtime stories of his people while drawing from his love of the bush and its wildlife. Nathan’s art brings us back to our connection with nature and reminds us of our beginnings.

Brand: Galleria Australiana & Wow Australia

Artist: Christine von Arnim

Christine von Arnim is a young talent from Melbourne, Victoria. Her specialty is graphic art, injected with a sense of style. Her colour combinations are eclectic and make a fashion statement. Christine can also be credited for the design of our logo and website banner.

Christine has been passionate about art from a young age and designs with purpose and love. Her work ethic is faultless and she is always enthusiastic about designing new concepts with us.

Brand: Wow Australia

Artist: Edward Rocha

Edward is a Melbourne based animation and digital artist with a passion for modern storytelling. His creative flair promotes a wonderfully cheeky and youthful style. He uses vibrant and bold colours which makes for eye catching merchandise.

Edward’s expertise is creating digital artwork and animation for which his reputation has grown by leaps and bounds.