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Designed by Jasmine Sarin, a Kamilaroi and Jerrinja woman and emerging Aboriginal artist and graphic designer. 

The colourful Ngalya bandanna (Dharawal for ally or friend in battle) is based off a full-size artwork which is proudly displayed in Canteen’s head office on Gadigal land. 

Ngalya represents Canteen and the organisation’s commitment to reconciliation. The ‘hero feature’ (the main circle) represents Canteen as an organisation. Each concentric circle (of different size, shape and colour) represents the varied locations and different people that come together to make up the organisation and its culture. The connecting fluid lines represent connection and the sharing of stories, knowledge and experience of Canteen staff and young people. The surrounding circles use colour to represent the uniqueness of each person’s cancer journey. 

“With cancer being the leading cause of death for First Nations peoples, I am proud to have the opportunity to support and facilitate important discussions in collaboration with Canteen.” Jasmine Sarin, Aboriginal artist and graphic designer.  

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Designed by Jasmine Sarin, a Kamilaroi and Jerrinja woman and emerging Aboriginal artist and graphic designer. 

The colourful Ngalya bandanna (Dharawal for ally or friend in battle) is based off a full-size artwork which is proudly displayed in Canteen’s head office on Gadigal land. 

Ngalya represents Canteen and the organisation’s commitment to reconciliation. The ‘hero feature’ (the main circle) represents Canteen as an organisation. Each concentric circle (of different size, shape and colour) represents the varied locations and different people that come together to make up the organisation and its culture. The connecting fluid lines represent connection and the sharing of stories, knowledge and experience of Canteen staff and young people. The surrounding circles use colour to represent the uniqueness of each person’s cancer journey. 

“With cancer being the leading cause of death for First Nations peoples, I am proud to have the opportunity to support and facilitate important discussions in collaboration with Canteen.” Jasmine Sarin, Aboriginal artist and graphic designer.  

Product details

Cotton bandanna

56cmx56cm

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