Edition 182 - Friday 18th November 2022

Naidoc Week 2022

XENIA CHEN for NAIDOC WEEK

Xenia’s concept poster seeks to shine a spotlight on Australia’s First Nation cultures:

“The large circles that are the main focal points of the posters are meant to represent these spotlights … text with these circles are all capitalised to emulate shouting to the viewer.”

 

KARA LAU for NAIDOC WEEK

Kara’s poster design embodies a visual representation of this year’s theme GET UP, STAND UP, SHOW UP:

“My design … vaguely looks like constellations in the night sky. The symbols represent journeys, footprints, gatherings and fighting. I’ve done this because Indigenous people use constellations to tell stories about their culture, and this year’s theme tells a story about the collaborative efforts of the Indigenous community to pave the road for reformation. The fight for equality is part of the long journey to social acceptance, but it is one that allows us to reflect on the past and impact the future.”

 

AUDREY HENG for NAIDOC WEEK

Audrey’s design aims to encourage us take action to improve the rights of Indigenous Australians:

“The pair of hands are reaching out towards the central feature, and symbolise the power and responsibility we have to take action and help Indigenous Australians.”

 

 

 

[Xenia, Kara and Audrey are studying stage 5 graphics technology]

Ms Rosen

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