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Africola's Riverland Yabbie Boil by Duncan Welgemoed & Max Blackmore

Africola's Riverland Yabbie Boil by Duncan Welgemoed & Max Blackmore

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Oozing with cool, this poster by graphic artist Max Blackmore harnesses the wild energy of Africola and their Riverland Yabbie Boil.

From chefs Duncan Welgemoed and Lauren Southwell, this recipe was one of Africola's most memorable celebratory staff meals with long tables layered with mounds of yabbie boil, and magnums of wine dotted in between.

A seafood boil is a masterclass in the art of gathering and feeding a crowd, and a personification of Africola itself — full of verve, intensity, and unbridled energy. 

Max has heroed the iconic yabbie among the colourful flavours of seafood boil and a classic gingham tablecloth waiting to be splattered with sauce.


  • Limited edition of 300
  • One poster provides 10 meals
  • Available in: A2 format 42 x 59 cm | A3 format 29.7 x 42cm
  • Printed on 130gsm Extract paper, made entirely from 100% recycled coffee cups
  • Unframed

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Duncan Welgemoed & Max Blackmore

South African by birth, Duncan was head chef at The Goose at Britwell Salome, Watlington, Oxford when it was awarded a Michelin star in 2005 and has also worked at Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons.

In early 2010, he arrived in South Australia and opened Africola in 2014. Over the years, Duncan has become Adelaide's (un)official spirit animal - mythical beast, troublemaker, conversation starter. His latest restaurant, Africola, tells a story close to his heart.

Max Blackmore is a graphic artist, illustrator, photographer, designer and part-time skin inker. Many years in the trade, Max works mostly on art projects and branding for food and beverage companies, restaurants and cafes but also dabbles in surf, skate and other subcultures as well. Never caught without an idea in his head, he’s perpetually creating.