Supercheap Auto: Why Aussie chain is teaming with First Nations artists

Artist Caroline Nakamarra Gibson. Image supplied
Supercheap Auto has joined forces with Warlukurlangu Artists on a new range of interior vehicle accessories, with the collaboration said to be a symbol of the brand’s dedication to building closer ties with First Nations People moving forward.  The collaboration will see a new Water Dreaming Ngapa Jukurrpa range – which includes car seat covers, boot organisers, picnic rugs and other products – designed by artist Caroline Nakamarra Gibson, and the Aboriginal-owned art centre Warlukurl

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