In celebration of NAIDOC Week, JDK Geotech (JDK) would like to celebrate by incorporating the High-Vis Custom Edition range by Maxcool (Bloodlines Edition) featuring original artwork by Indigenous Australian's to our workforce and their uniforms. These shirts were designed by local Indigenous artist Luke Penrith.
"Thanks to my friends at JDK Geotech, one of my day 1 clients and supporters of our Bloodlines HiVis Shirts"
"Thanks to the MD James Dylan Kidd, self-determination and Economic independence is viable because of your commitment to Support First Nations Business every day, every week"
Local - Indigenous artist Luke Penrith.
Lukes' ancestry is connected through the Wiradjuri, Wotjobaluk, the Yuin and the Gumbaynggirr Nation. His passion is mentoring and nurturing Indigenous Australian job-seekers.
This is an excellent time to reflect on how we can work together as a nation to contribute to positive change today and for the future of everyone.
Pictured on LHS: Patrick Jackson – Business Operations Manager (JDK) outside JDK’s Sydney NSW Office wearing the artwork. Artist Luke Penrith is pictured on the RHS with his “Bloodlines Design” shirt tailored to JDK Geotech.