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Aboriginal Art • Home Decor • Graphic Design

This is us...

Roy Fisher

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Roy is our product finisher and quality control man "If it's not good enough, it's not going out" lol.


Roy is a Wakka Wakka man from Cherbourg and currently works as a Painter & Decorator, when he isn't helping us.

Casey Coolwell

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Casey is one of our Aboriginal artists and 

our Graphic Designer behind CHABOO.


Casey is a Quandamooka, Nunukul woman from Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) with links to Eulo and the Biri people of Bowen. 


artists

Kyra Mancktelow

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Kyra is an emerging artist with deadly skills in painting, print work and sculpturing.

Kyra is currently studying a

B. Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art

at QCA, Griffith University.


Kyra is a Quandamooka, Nughi woman of Moorgumpin (Moreton Island) with links to Eulo and the Biri people of Bowen.


Facebook: Kyra Mancktelow Art

Instagram: @kyra.jo17

Dylan Mooney

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Dylan has completed many murals throughout Brisbane and is an amazing portrait drawer.

Dylan is currently studying a

B. Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art

at QCA, Griffith University.


Dylan is a Yuibera man from Mackay, Central Queensland and a Torres Strait Islander from Waiben Island.


Facebook: Dylan Mooney Art

Instagram: @dylanmooney__

behind the name

Chanchi & Boomer

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The word CHABOO was created using Roy & Casey's "Fur Babies" first three letters of their names.


Animals play a huge part in Aboriginal culture, in the past they helped provide food and protection.

These boys also help provide protection, but they ensure comfort more than anything x