‘Yarunya Jarrah’ by artist Goompi Ugerabah in collaboration with KING BROWN.
This amazingly unique Indigenous artwork and title adorning our Limited Edition MATTE POMADE tin translates to English as ‘Burning Off The Land’ and depicts old tribal fire methods.
Australian traditional land owners lived cohesively with country and studied the conditions and land to ensure burn off’s which were conducted 1-2 times a year were done so under the right conditions and in the right way to encourage bushland maintenance and regeneration.
A percentage of profits from this collaboration will go to the Firesticks Alliance https://www.firesticks.org.au/, an Indigenous led network re-invigorating the use of cultural burning by facilitating cultural learning pathways to fire and land management, and encouraging both Indigenous and non- Indigenous people to look after Country.
This LTD EDN MATTE POMADE utilizes our proven best selling clay and beeswax formula with a new look colour and all new ‘burnt banksia’ fragrance.
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