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2 January 2019 

Aboriginal Design Recycled Plastic Mats by Christine Slabb

Aboriginal Design Recycled Plastic Mats by Christine Slabb

Indigenous Art - A New Collaboration

Christine Slabb is a Gold Coast based Aboriginal Artist and Graphic Designer whose work can be seen locally in hotels, cabins, and campgrounds.

She is also the proud designer behind the Gold Coast Titans jerseys, and created the life-size letter banners for the 2017 Bleach Festival in Tugun. She prides herself on creating Contemporary Aboriginal Design across a multitude of materials and platforms including clothing, wall art, canvases, and photography.


Aboriginal Design by Indigenous Artist Christine Slabb

A happily married mother of two boys, Christine lives with extended family in the seaside town of Fingal, and spends a lot of her spare time in or near the water with her people. She lives and breathes community, and sharing the stories of her people.


Aboriginal Art on Sustainable Picnic Mats

A few years ago, Christine was interested in designing a sustainable picnic mat and reached out to JJ Stranan, owner of Recycled Mats, for some hot tips on how to go about it. But something much bigger than that happened...


Watch our short clip of Christine and JJ to find out more.


Eucalyptus Flower Aboriginal design recycled plastic mat in pinks


Purchase your Recycled Mat today

Christine has collaborated with JJ on many other designs too, one of which featured prominently at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018. View her entire range here.


Graphic Designer Christine Slabb

Christine is also currently available for graphic design and art work. Her "Christine Slabb Designs" website can be found here.

If you are interested in hiring Christine, please contact her via this link.