• The three beautifully designed cups will be added to BioPak’s Indigenous Art Series range and will feature local Indigenous artists.
    The three beautifully designed cups will be added to BioPak’s Indigenous Art Series range and will feature local Indigenous artists.
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BioPak has launched its new Indigenous Art Series Cups ahead of NAIDOC Week 2024 (7-14 July), with every cup purchased directly supporting CorporateConnect.AB's (CCAB) pro-bono work to assist Indigenous youth.

Kulka Fahey.
Kulka Fahey.

BipPak says the three “beautifully designed” cups will be added to its Indigenous Art Series range and will feature local Indigenous artists – Davinder Hart, Kulka Fahey and Amy Saunders.

Kulka Fahey is an award-winning Aboriginal artist currently located on Awabakal land, originally from Biripi and Worimi Country.

“Over the past year I have been dedicated to working hard to create a name and brand to showcase my artwork and heritage with the immense desire that one day my art and passion can be my life work and continue to bring happiness to myself and others everyday through my paintings and designs,” she said.

Davinder Hart.
Davinder Hart.

Davinder Hart is a Bibbulmun/Ngemba man born in Perth – the south-west region of the Noongar people.

At age 21, Hart moved to far North Queensland to begin an art career. Today, his work is inspired by Mother Earth, the creator Biami, and the old ancestors.

“My artwork is strongly connected to the Earth, as is my culture. We pass down our knowledge of the land and how to care for it and we share it with everyone. The ‘Sharing Knowledge’ paintings represent this,” he explained.

Amy Saunders.
Amy Saunders.

Amy Saunders is a proud Biripi woman, located on Darkinjung Land.

“I am a mother of four and have been painting and being creative for as long as I can remember. Some of my biggest inspirations are from my very own family, my grandmother Faith, aunties, uncles and cousins,” said Saunders.

CCAB is on a mission to link the corporate sector to the Indigenous community, enterprise, education and employment initiatives.

The Indigenous Art Series cups directly support CCAB’s pro-bono work assisting Indigenous youth, with a percentage of sales donated to the Ethan Indigenous IT Cadetship Program – a program that teaches Australian and Torres Strait Islander youth digital literacy and provides pathways to careers in IT and administrative services.

BioPak’s Indigenous Art Series cups are now available in Single Wall Industrially Compostable (AS4736) and in Double Wall Home Compostable (AS5810) BioCups – available in 8oz, 12oz and 16oz and will continue to be updated every six months.

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