Meet deadly artist Katrina Graves

When we first started Yarn'n, Katrina's work had always been on our minds. Katrina's support for Yarn'n has helped us reach the homes of thousands of Aussies, and the powerful meaning behind each art piece she creates drives us to want to be better each day.


We sat down with proud Wiradjuri woman Katrina Graves (@bunantomurunart) as she shared her family history and the inspiring story behind "Flowers on the Hill", the art featured on each of our deadly rolls.

Katrina's art has long inspired our desire to educate and unite us all by bringing First Nations art to each of our homes; the moving narrative behind her work only motivates us to do good and grow together.
Spending time with Katrina and previewing her latest collection 'River People' was deadly, and we highly recommend you check out her work via the links below.

With two more artists and mobs locked in (to be released in a few months), we look forward to sharing more education, artist insights and incredible stories like Katrina's with you all soon.
Or via her Instagram here »
And of course grab some deadly dunny rolls here »