John Smith Gumbula is an authentic brand within the business matrix of Bur’an indigenous product services business and intellectual property (IP) development.
John is gifted in multiple creative mediums and his indigenous contemporary designs, artworks, and conceptional product creations are strategically fusion throughout the Bur’an vision and unique brand category’s.
Bur’an long term future strategies are formulating Ethical Fairtrade JV partnerships and distributing from recognized local and international retail outlets, online media, and development of unique signature Bur’an products.
John Smith Gumbula and Bur’an have many unique different products across diverse categories such as traditional canvas and custom artworks, Numismatics (Coin) Design and Manufacturing, Homeware Goods, Mobile Phone Cases, Glasses Cases, Coffee & Chocolate Product’s, Rugs, Wall Coverings & Cushions, Apparel & Fashion, Electronics & Software/Hardware, Anti-Pollution Masks, Acoustic Paneling for Large Halls, Residential and Commercial Interior Fit Outs, Architectural Planning and Unique Home Designs.
Multi-award winner, Senior Indigenous Artist, Founder CEO of Bur’an John Smith Gumbula & Sculpture Artist Liam Hardy of Sculpt Studios were selected by ATSIDMQI the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Dedicated Memorial Queensland Incorporated and the local community to develop a unique iconic ATSI War Memorial bronze sculptures that shall be proudly built and erected in Anzac Square, Brisbane, Queensland. The concept for the Memorial tells of the contribution and sacrifice of all Indigenous Australians that have served or died in armed conflicts, from the Boer War through to recent times. The memorial is scheduled for completion in 2021. For further details and updates go to; https://www.griffith.edu.au/dedicated-memorial-committee