2020 NAIDOC Poster
The 2020 National NAIDOC Poster, Shape of Land, was designed by Tyrown Waigana, a Noongar and Saibai Islander man.
Tyrown’s artwork tells the story of how the Rainbow Serpent came out of the Dreamtime to create this land. It is represented by the snake and it forms the shape of Australia, which symbolises how it created our lands. The colour from the Rainbow Serpent is reflected on to the figure to display our connection to the Rainbow Serpent, thus our connection to country. The overlapping colours on the outside is the Dreamtime. The figure inside the shape of Australia is a representation of Indigenous Australians showing that this country - since the dawn of time - Always Was, Always Will Be Aboriginal Land.
Read the media release about the 2020 National NAIDOC Poster.
The 2020 National NAIDOC Poster is also available for download, to help you celebrate NAIDOC Week.
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- Must be used in its entirety, as supplied. An alternative version using the graphic and text elements is not to be produced.
- Cannot be used for commercial purposes. Commercial purposes include use of the poster on any promotional material that is used to make a profit.
- Must be attributed as 2020 National NAIDOC Poster.
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