Clothing The Gaps. Our Islands Our Home Sticker Sheet. The pack includes five (5) x heavy duty 3-5 year vinyl stickers. Sticker One: 'Our Islands Our Home' campaign sticker. Sticker Two:  'Oceans are rising so are we' sticker. Sticker Three: 'Protect Our Islands #ClimateActionNow' sticker. Sticker Four: Love hearts in the colours of the Torres Strait Islander flag sticker. Sticker Five: 'Ailan Pawa' (Island power) sticker Sticker Six: The Torres Strait Islander flag sticker.

Our Islands Our Home Sticker Sheet

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Spread awareness and show your support for the Torres Strait Islanders fight for climate justice.

The pack includes six heavy duty 3-5 year UV weather resistant vinyl stickers so they are perfect for your letter box, car, laptop or mobile phone.

100% of profits from stickers support the Our Islands Our Home campaign.

Pack includes:

Sticker One: 'Our Islands Our Home' campaign sticker.

Sticker Two:  'Oceans are rising so are we' sticker.

Description: We come from small islands but we make big waves, climate action now!

Arist: Mooki Pen

Mooki Pen is a Zenadth Kes (Torres Strait Islander) woman, born and raised on Yuwi country, descending from the islands of Badu and Mer.

Sticker Three: 'Protect Our Islands #ClimateActionNow' sticker.

Artist Description (by Lucas Schober): This artwork was created in line with the Our Islands Our Home Campaign, to share a message which is vital to the preservation and continuation of Zenadth Kes culture, a call that we as Torres Strait Islanders are putting out to (the world)/(all).

As sea levels rise and our once synchronised cycle of weather patterns and seasonal customs become more and more unstable due to the ongoing and direct effects of climate change, we demand that action is taken now before our (cultures are)/(culture is) lost forever.

Out from the bu shell and weaving throughout the palm trees and hibiscus flows the essence of our call to action. The intricate details tell our stories which we share to all other nations, a message which we hope will not only be heard but acted upon. The call of this shell rallies all to come together to meet, listen and feel – to Protect our Islands.Arist: Lucas Schober, Musu Arts

Lucas Schober is a Wuthathi, Yadheigana, Kaurareg and Yindjibarndi First Nations Descendant of the Pablo Clan of Shelburne Bay and Raymond, Anno, Majid and Muhamad families of Zenadth Kes.

Sticker Four: Love hearts in the colours of the Torres Strait Islander flag sticker.

Sticker Five: 'Ailan Pawa' (Island power) sticker

Description: The 'Black Power Fist' represents the power of young Torres Strait Islanders who are continuing the fight to protect their island homes.

Arist: Mooki Pen

Mooki Pen is a Zenadth Kes (Torres Strait Islander) woman, born and raised on Yuwi country, descending from the islands of Badu and Mer. She is a full time mother of 5 and part-time contemporary artist. Mooki currently resides on Māori land in Aotearoa, and acknowledges the Tangata Whenua of Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai.

Sticker Six: The Torres Strait Islander flag sticker

This flag was designed by the late Mr Bernard Namok of Thursday Island. The flag symbolises the unity and identity of all Torres Strait Islanders.

  • The flag is emblazoned with a white Dhari (head dress) which is a symbol of Torres Strait Islander culture.

  • The white five-pointed star beneath it symbolises peace, the five major island groups and the navigational importance of stars to the seafaring people of the Torres Strait.

  • The green represents the land, the black represents the people, and the blue the sea.

Learn more about the Torres Strait Islander Flag.

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- 2-5 year UV and scratch resistant vinyl
- Super durable, weatherproof & perfect for outdoors
- Made locally on Boonwurrung Country

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This product is Ally Friendly.

Ally friendly merch is for everyone.

When we see non-Indigenous people wearing our designs, we feel proud that they are repping our merch and culture.

When we see Aboriginal designs in the world, it means Indigenous people are not invisible in the landscape.

But, purchasing from Aboriginal brands, businesses and wearing Indigenous designs alone is surface-level allyship. There needs to be more commitment than just buying from Aboriginal brands and businesses.

Wearing Aboriginal design is not dismantling a system that oppresses Indigenous people. Allies need to do more and learn more. Wearing our tees is a great starting point. We have equipped you with our merch and some of the educational content to go with them. We want you to go out in the world, have these important conversations and find ways to do more and support more.

Learn more.

1. Follow Our Islands Our Home on Instagram and share a post. 

2. Sign the petition there is an urgent need for the federal government to fund seawalls across the Torres Strait. Advancing seas are already threatening homes and damaging fresh water supplies, crops, burial grounds and sacred cultural sites.

Join us in calling on the Albanese Government to increase funding for seawalls.

3. Make a donation to power the Our Islands Our Home campaign. 

4. Wear your values - 100% of funds from the Our Islands Our Home collection supports the campaign and starts a conservation about the devastating impacts of climate change in the Torres Strait Islands.

Our goal is for you to love what you have purchased and we are stoked to offer free returns on full priced items!

All you need to do to start a return or exchange is head to our Returns Portal.

Some exclusions apply, see our full Returns and Exchanges policy for all the deets.

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