Blak Flair Project: gift card Terence Newman

Blak Flair Project: gift card Terence Newman


Blank 140 x 140 mm gift card made from non-recycled card stock printed with soy-based ink with 100% recycled paper envelope,
featuring Terence Newman's 2009 artwork Kuki (North-westerly winds).

Terence Newman is an emerging Torres Strait Islander artist and printmaker. Born in Cairns in 1989, he currently lives in Bamaga, Queensland. He has studied towards a Diploma of Visual Arts at Weipa TAFE, and also undertaken one-on-one training with printmaker Dian Darmansjah.

Artwork details: Kuki (North-westerly winds), 2009, etching printed in one colour from one plate on Hahnemühle off white 300 GSM paper with Iwaki Chine Collé, CTP, 176 x 122 mm. Collaborative printer: Dian Darmansjah.

Artwork story: This work represents the waves brought on by Kuki (the north-westerly winds).

Blak Flair is a KickArts creative merchandise project that has been generously supported by the Christensen Fund. The project aims to develop a collection of merchandise that portrays the work of Indigenous artists from Far North Queensland, to promote their work and cultural importance to the broader community.