New design: Indigenous art reflects Ganbara journey

New design features Indigenous art that reflects Ganbara journey, thanks to Ngarrindjeri artist Jordan Lovegrove.

Indigenous art by Jordan Lovegrove

Ganbara commissioned Lovegrove, of Karko Creations, to complete the artwork as the company undergoes a rebranding that better reflects its cultural connections and commitments, particularly regarding its online assets.

Lovegrove said the artwork shows Ganbara’s journey from new beginnings to something bigger.

“Ganbara is represented by their logo in the centre of the artwork, the tree growing from Ganbara represents growth in the business to support their purpose: ‘To create real opportunities for our people and the communities in which we live, work and play’.

“The large pathway going through the middle of the artwork shows Ganbara’s journey.

“The smaller meeting places represent different people and communities Ganbara has helped through the development, promoting and supporting of economic participation opportunities for Indigenous people.”

Jordan Lovegrove

Lovegrove is an experienced artist and graphic + web designer skilled in branding, logo design and development, along with the Adobe Creative Suite and Indigenous vector art.

He is a graduate from Print Training Australia.

“We’re really proud to have the work of such a promising young artist and businessman on our page.”

Ganbara General Manager Marius Liddle Tweet

“Jordan has represented our company beautifully in this piece.”

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