Tote Bag "Moving Forward"

Tote Bag "Moving Forward"

Stocks dispatching on the 3rd of July.

‌These brilliant non woven tote bags are a great way to reduce plastic bag usage. They feature our exclusive Moving Forward artwork branded over the entire material area.

  • 23cm Wide x 33cm High.
  • 30cm Long reinforced sewn handles.
  • Made from 80gsm non woven polypropylene.
  • Ask us about co-branding or personalisation.
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  • Buy 25 for AU$4.59 each and save 7%
  • Buy 50 for AU$4.39 each and save 11%
  • Buy 100 for AU$3.25 each and save 34%
  • Buy 250 for AU$2.81 each and save 43%
  • Buy 500 for AU$2.53 each and save 49%
  • Buy 1000 for AU$2.09 each and save 58%
  • Buy 2500 for AU$1.98 each and save 60%
  • Buy 5000 for AU$1.87 each and save 62%
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Buy 25 for AU$4.59ea save 7%

Buy 50 for AU$4.39ea save 11%

Buy 100 for AU$3.25ea save 34%

Buy 250 for AU$2.81ea save 43%

Buy 500 for AU$2.53ea save 49%

Buy 1000 for AU$2.09ea save 58%

Buy 2500 for AU$1.98ea save 60%

Buy 5000 for AU$1.87ea save 62%

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‌"Moving Forward" By Brittany Cochrane

Our artwork for 2024 is called Moving Forward by Brittany Cochrane.

This year’s artwork is a symbol of connection to the land, to each other, and to the rich tapestry of traditions that define Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Brittany is a proud Aboriginal woman from Biripi country located on the NSW Mid North Coast. She grew up with strong influences from local culture - not just learning about but also practising tradition. Brittany has worked on multiple art projects within the local community including re-branding for The Mid Coast council. It is our honour to have this year's artwork created by a truly vibrant and talented artist.

The multiple meeting places, scattered dots, land lines and circles are symbolic to all the different tribes coming together in solidarity. They're all placed on one journey line to signify we’re all on the same journey in unity. While the knowledge sticks symbolises the enduring strength and vitality of Indigenous cultures, passed down through generations despite the challenges faced. The stars are symbolic to the sparks of pride and unity, igniting a renewed commitment to acknowledging, preserving, and sharing the cultural heritage that enriches our nation.

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