Australian Bushfire Recovery Appeal

We have teamed with renowned Australian artist Aneika Kapeen from the Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation to bring you two original indigenous designs. All profits will go directly to the

WWF Koala Crisis Bushfire Emergency Fund.

Artist Aneika Kapeen


I am a proud Yaegl and Bundjalung woman. I am Yaegl through my Grandmother Dorothy Kapeen (née Randall) from Ulugundahi Island and Bundjalung through my Grandfather Walter Kapeen from Cabbage Tree Island.
I paint and draw because it helps sooth the soul. It has a calming way especially when I create art about my family, experiences and stories that have been passed on to us.
Expressing culture is a major part of my life and I am happy I can share this with others and hopefully create an understanding of what my ancestors have passed into me.

Introducing Two Exclusive Original Designs By Renowned Australian Artist Aneika Kapeen; Bright Mob & Burning Land

Bright Mob

This design represents the three tribes within the Clarence Valley in Northern NSW, & their communities coming together.

The three tribes are Yaegl, Gumbaynggirr and Bundjalung. 

The bright colours represent the bright futures of our youth with the support of our communities.

Burning Land

Represents the past, present & future of the land.

The land that has burnt, the land burning now, & the land that is recovering.

The three meeting places are symbolic for areas that have suffered and are trying to recover.

The footprints are the animals that have escaped and are looking for a new home.

Australian Bushfire Recovery Appeal

All profits will go directly to

The WWF Koala Crisis Bushfire Emergency Fund.