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Limited Edition Print

Only 200 prints are available, and each one has been individually signed and numbered by the artist, Ty Waigana. Each A3-sized piece has been printed using giclée archival museum-quality printing on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag 308. Proceeds from the sale of these prints will go towards EWB’s work. The artist will also receive royalties from each sale. 

About the Artwork

EWB collaborated with creative agency Saltwater People and artist Ty Waigana to develop this piece to visually support and represent our work with First Nations people. Ty explains the vibrant piece in this video.


Reconciliation Action Plan


Over the past few years, EWB Australia has been developing deeper connections with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations, and the Country they call home.

This is a great privilege. It provides an opportunity for our staff, our partners and our volunteers to listen and build our understanding of what has gone before, and what is needed now, and into the future. We have learnt so much, and we continue to listen and learn more.

Our Innovate RAP builds on this, bringing conscious reconciliation in all actions and across every part of EWB.

Stories of First Nations collaboration

‘Impactful Futures’ Immersives return on Lama Lama Country 19 September, 2023 - ‘Look, listen, learn’ was the mantra of Traditional Owners on Lama Lama Country during EWB’s Impactful Futures Immersive in July, which took participants on a journey through the tropical landscapes… read more
Inaugural Indigenous-led Youth Outreach program kicks off in Far North Queensland 30 August, 2023 - A new place-based Outreach program - designed by Indigenous people for Indigenous young people - was recently piloted in a small community in Far North Queensland in collaboration with Engineers… read more
Designing Indigenous-led engineering pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth 30 March, 2023 - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been practising engineering and sustainably managing Country for over 70,000 years. But in the engineering sector, the number of Indigenous engineers employed in… read more