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Quandong and Davidson's Plum Iced Vovos by Damien Coulthard & Rebecca Sullivan & Aretha Brown

Quandong and Davidson's Plum Iced Vovos by Damien Coulthard & Rebecca Sullivan & Aretha Brown

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A new vision of Australiana — the Quandong and Davidson’s Plum Iced Vovo is a play on one of modern Australia’s most iconic snacks with a native twist.

This recipe is by Adnyamathanha and Dieri man Damien Coulthard and Rebecca Sullivan, depicted by artist and Gumbaynggirr woman Aretha Brown in her striking style — bold shapes, deep colours and strong line work.

Through food, Damien and Rebecca seek to create cultural restoration by bringing native ingredients to the forefront of household cooking and sharing knowledge of some of the world’s oldest foods in existence. 

Together, in collaboration with Aretha, this poster represents a commitment to creating an Australia that is firmly embedded in its indigenous roots through culinary connections to Country.

  • 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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Damien Coulthard & Rebecca Sullivan & Aretha Brown

THE CHEFS:
Together, Damien and Rebecca are co-founders of Warndu, a native food enterprise and ethical lifestyle brand which runs pop-up restaurants and workshops, employs local indigenous and non-indigenous people.


THE ARTIST:
Aretha Brown is an Indigenous Artist and Activist, who made headlines following her speeches at both the 2017 and 2018 Invasion Day Protests in Melbourne. In 2017 Aretha was also elected the first female Prime Minister of the National Indigenous Youth Parliament. Aretha describes her activism and art, as means of giving herself a context in which to live, Aretha is also inspired by her home in Melbourne’s Western Suburbs and her journey as a queer teenager.