Sydney-based, Indigenous-owned Balarinji is a leading strategy and design practice. Established in 1983, we have been at the forefront of Australian strategy and design for more than 30 years and are best known for conceptualising Aboriginal art on Qantas 747 and 737 aircraft. Balarinji founders John and Ros Moriarty were inducted into the Design Institute of Australia’s Hall of Fame in 2014, recognising their unparalleled life’s work in building bridges of understanding and best practice participation between Indigenous communities, business and the broader community. Working throughout Australia and internationally, Balarinji celebrates Aboriginal Australia through strategic review and planning, design and communications, digital, construction, interiors and public art. We work closely with clients from conceptualisation through to full project delivery. Balarinji works are held in the collections of the national Museum of Australia and the national Gallery of Australia, Canberra, the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, the Centre for Contemporary Graphic Design, Fukuoka, Japan, and the Vatican Museum, Rome. Balarinji’s projects support The Nangala Project, a not for profit initiative to create an environment for sustainable change to benefit children and youth in remote Indigenous communities. The Nangala Project delivers two groundbreaking and interrelated community programs, Indi Kindi and John Moriarty Football. To learn more about Balarinji visit www.balarinji.com.au & www.nangalaproject.org.au. Specialties Indigenous art, Strategy, Communications, Community engagement, Design, Leadership immersion, Consulting, Government relations, Industry relations, Public Art, Graphic Design, Marketing, Strategic review and planning, Digital Design, Construction, and Interiors