ABOUT THE ARTIST
Broriginals is an Aboriginal comedy podcast hosted by brothers; Travis and Texas De Vries who explore what it means to be a successful Aboriginal in the modern world. They co-opt the structure of an advice show as a jumping-off point for improvisational comedy, political and racial identity interrogations and wild shenanigans.
Travis De Vries is a Gamilaroi contemporary artist, designer, writer and producer who uses multiple mediums and genres to create a growing world of interconnected stories, objects, sculptures and ideas.
The Abodigital Enamel Pin is a pixel art design based on one of the jokes from the Broriginals podcast. The Abodigtal represents and Aboriginal person in the digital age, tech savvy and culturally connected. A digital native.
Hard Enamel, Rubber Backing
Free Pick-Up: between Monday-Friday (10am-6pm) from East Sydney Community and Arts Centre; 34-40 Burton St, Darlinghurst.
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Due to the nature of handmade work and the difference in screen and monitor resolutions, goods may differ slightly to product photo. We cannot offer refunds for goods due to change of mind. If you receive a damaged product, please contact us within 14 days of receiving your goods. We cannot provide a refund or exchange for items that have been mishandled. Instructions for returns procedure will follow once you contact us. Any subsequent shipping costs associated with exchanges are at your expense.