Written: 27 July 2020

During the launch of Nambawan Super brand, the Fund revealed a new Toana inspired by traditional design.

Each tile has meaning, representing the member and traditional methods of accumulating wealth, including working traditional land, various shell monies and housing.

The Toana was designed by in-house Graphic Designer, Vincent Kinavai, and is based on cultural tradition of storyboard carving. The simplified design allows for tiles to be combined and connected in any order in both horizontal and vertical format.

The new Nambawan Super Toana forms a part of the overarching brand look and feel and will be used broadly across Nambawan Super marketing materials and livery.

Read more in our July edition of Nambawan SuperTok newsletter

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