Frank Green collaborates with Indigenous artists in new range

Images via Frank Green

Words by Anthony Graetz

Colourful and reusable.

Iconic Melbourne sustainability pioneer, Frank Green, has partnered with four prestigious Australian artists to produce a range of stainless-steel reusable cups and bottles. 

Artist Series highlights artwork from Warlukurlangu, a long-running Aboriginal-owned art centre in Central Australia. Work from Evelyn Nangala Robertson and Saraeva Napaliarri display a connection to Australia’s landscape and stories of a bond with the environment. 

“It was so important to us that this collaboration was authentic, ethical and of the highest quality,” says Benjamin Young, the co-founder and CEO of Frank Green. “The Warlukurlangu Art Centre was perfect to work with for these reasons, and we are proud to finally bring this collaboration to life.”

Ten per cent of the proceeds received from the collaboration’s sales will go back to the artists and their communities. 

Other artists bringing their own message and style to the range include fashion illustrator, Aaron Favaloro and autobiographical painter, Sarah Fordham.

Shop the range and get yours here. 


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