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July 17, 2017

Mantikya Shane Cook is an emerging Indigenous aerosol artist based in Adelaide. He has created a unique body of work that combines contemporary media with traditional design. His first solo show ‘My Time Dreaming’ was held in June 2013.

"The Aboriginal symbol alphabet s...

Chad Wingard and Hamish Hartlett with their boots painted by artist Shane Cook. Photo: Mark Brake.

PORT Adelaide’s tribute to the Aboriginal culture will extend beyond wearing the Indigenous jumper designed by Chad Wingard’s family on Saturday to have the team in boots...

May 25, 2017

Norwood wingman Anthony Wilson has helped inspire his team’s Indigenous Round guernsey to be worn against the Eagles at The Parade on Friday night.

Designed in conjunction with artist Shane Cook and cultural advisor Jack Buckskin, the jumper tells a story of Aboriginal...

May 24, 2017

SANFL will recognise the rich contribution made by its past and present Indigenous players in Round 7 of the Macca’s League.

Indigenous Round will see all footballs being used in the five matches this weekend feature two separate designs from Indigenous artist Shane Coo...

Local Indigenous artist Shane Cook has transformed the boots of a key group of Crows players ahead of Saturday night’s Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous Round match clash with Fremantle.

Leaders Taylor Walker and Rory Sloane as well as Eddie Betts, Charlie Cameron, Wayne Mil...

CHAD Wingard was not born 20 years ago when St Kilda great Nicky Winmar raised his jumper against the verbal abuse from the terraces to proudly point to his skin at Victoria Park.

It is the moment being relived this weekend in the AFL Indigenous Round so no player of an...

April 20, 2017

Port Adelaide artist Shane Cook adds colour to the Local Jam at Hart's Mill.

ABC Radio Adelaide: Brett Williamson

April 19, 2016

The Be Deadly project is a collaboration between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and non-indigenous artists to create public art projects and murals to showcase Australia’s rich and diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Through the tellin...

February 19, 2014

Mankitya also known as 3rd degree, is a 22 year old Aboriginal Dot Painter/Graffiti artist from the northern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia.

He has been painting this style of art since 2009. His graffiti is Heavily influenced by his Aboriginal roots.

Graffiti art is gaining wider acceptance in the community as an art form and 20-year-old Adelaide artist Shane Cook is gaining traction as a talented street artist.

Shane’s family is from Cherbourg Mission in Queensland, but he was born and raised in Adelaide.

“There is...

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