Aboriginal Artist and Graphic Designer - Lani Balzan
Meet Lani Balzan, a proud Aboriginal woman hailing from the Wiradjuri people of the three-river tribe. Though her family roots lie in Mudgee, she grew up traversing various regions of Australia, finally finding her home in the Queensland, Australia.
Lani is an Aboriginal artist and graphic designer specialising in designing Indigenous canvas art, graphic design, logo design, Reconciliation Action Plans Design and document design.
In 2016 Lani was announced as the 2016 NAIDOC Poster Competition winner with her artwork “Songlines”. This poster was used as the 2016 NAIDOC theme across the country.
With over a decade of experience under her belt, Lani has achieved consistent success throughout the country. One of her biggest aspirations is to strengthen her connection to her culture and contribute to the journey of reconciliation, bringing people and communities together to appreciate the richness of Australia’s unique and vibrant indigenous culture. Through her mesmerising art, Lani Balzan continues to make a profound impact, celebrating heritage, and fostering unity in the diverse tapestry of Australia’s cultural landscape.
National Award Winning Artist
Contemporary Bespoke Designs
Packaged Design Services Available
Aboriginal Canvas & Digital Artworks
Royal Life Saving AustraliaMore Information
This Aboriginal artwork was commissioned by Royal Life Saving Australia and used in their Reconcilation Action Plan (RAP)
NAIDOC 2021View Designs
This Aboriginal artwork was created for NADIOC 2021 and turned into a clothing line.
See the designs turned into apparel.
Australian Dental CouncilMore Information
This Aboriginal artwork was commssioned by the Australian Dental Countil to be used in their Reconcilation Action Plan (RAP)
100% Aboriginal Owned Business
Registered MemberMore Information