Wearing our uniform instills into our players a sense of pride, a sense of belonging and a sense of unity
The Indigeneous artwork featured on our GNA uniform range was designed by Luke Duffy. Please see below for the story behind the artwork and the artist.
Maltha Katji by Luke Duffy
About the artwork: Maltha Katji means community in Kalkadoon, the language of indigenous artist Luke Duffy. Community is the centre of sport and we celebrate the opportunity we have to work every day with the amazing volunteers, committee members and tireless club and association teams that give back to their community every day.
About the artist: Born and raised in Mount Isa, Luke Duffy is a Kalkadoon man. Art has always been a part of Luke’s life and his main focus is Aboriginal contemporary art using digital tools. Luke’s passion is showcasing his Aboriginal heritage and sharing it on a national and international level. Luke’s designs are printed on canvas.
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