Draw the Down Under: Australia Day Celebration with Piccles

Jon Zajac
Jon Zajac

Jon is Cofounder & Chief Product Officer at Piccles

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Embracing Australia Day

Australia Day, celebrated annually on January 26th, is a time for reflecting on what it means to be Australian. It's a day of community events and citizenship ceremonies, acknowledging the diverse society and landscape of the nation. People come together to celebrate with outdoor concerts, barbecues, and sports competitions , embodying feelings of community, national pride, and cultural reflection.

Piccles: A New Canvas for Celebration

This Australia Day, experience a fresh avenue for expression with Piccles, an engaging digital platform perfect for the occasion. Piccles invites everyone to doodle and share their drawings, adding an accessible and joyous layer to the holiday's festivities. In the spirit of Australia's rich art heritage, Piccles offers a unique twist on tradition, inviting people to harness their creativity and share their sense of national identity through digital artwork.

Doodling the Spirit of Australia Day

Imagine capturing the essence of Australia Day with digital brushes and colors. Piccles allows people to craft drawings that resonate with the day's theme - be it the iconic Sydney Opera House, a local wildlife roster, or a vibrant rendition of the Australian flag. By integrating Piccles into your Australia Day activities, you can spark a sense of togetherness as people share their creations, engage in friendly drawing competitions, or collectively contribute to a larger tapestry of digital art that reflects the heart of the holiday. This innovative tool is not only for fun but also for crafting new traditions that bond communities and celebrate Australian culture on a canvas as expansive as the continent itself.

Certified fresh Piccles prompts

  1. Draw The Flag: People can draw the Australian flag. This will make them feel connected on Australia Day.
  2. Australian Wildlife: People can draw their favourite Australian animals. This can trigger discussions about wildlife preservation efforts in Australia.
  3. National Heroes: People can draw pictures of national heroes, triggering discussions about their contribution to the country.
  4. Australia Day Traditions: People can sketch their Australia Day traditions and celebrations, sparking conversations about the diverse ways of celebrating this day.
  5. BBQs and Picnics: People can draw their ideal BBQ or picnic, a popular way to spend Australia Day. This gives an opportunity to discuss foods and cooking traditions.
  6. Landscape: People can draw their favorite Australian landscape, promoting conversations about Australian geography and travel experiences.
  7. Architectural Landmarks: People can sketch Australian landmarks. This can start conversations about history and architecture.
  8. Aboriginal Art: People can draw using the style of Aboriginal Art. This can promote respectful discussions about Aboriginal heritage and culture.
  9. Sporting Moments: People can draw their favorite Australasian sporting moments. This will spark conversations about national pride and sportsmanship.
  10. Future Australia: People can draw what they envision Australia to be in the future, sparking discussions about sustainability and development.
  11. Draw a Kangaroo: People can draw a kangaroo, a beloved Australian animal, encouraging a fun and joyous environment.
  12. Dream Vacation in Australia: People can sketch their dream vacation spots in Australia, promoting dialogue about best travel locations and experiences.
  13. Remembering Historic Events: People can draw important historical events that occurred in Australia, leading to conversations about the past.
  14. Flora and Fauna: People can draw Australia's unique flora and fauna, promoting discussion about biodiversity and environmental conservation.
  15. Draw Your Favorite Australian: People can draw their favourite Australians, whether they are friends, family, or celebrities, evoking personal connections and shared admiration.
  16. Astounding Astronomy: People can draw how they see the Southern Cross stars, encouraging sky gazing and connections with the universe.
  17. The Great Barrier Reef: People can draw the Great Barrier Reef, encouraging discussions about its beauty and conservation efforts.
  18. Beach Outings: People can sketch their favourite Beach outings, creating a platform to share fun and exciting day out experiences.
  19. Draw a Didgeridoo: People can draw a Didgeridoo, promoting discussions about traditional Aboriginal music and instruments.
  20. Draw Australian Cuisine: People can sketch their favourite Australian dishes, stimulating conversation about foods and cooking techniques.
  21. Australian Fauna: People can sketch unique Australian faunas, promoting knowledge and discussion around native species and their habitats.
  22. Draw Your Neighborhood on Australia Day: People can draw their decorated neighbourhoods on Australia Day, reinforcing community bonds and shared experiences.
  23. Best Firework Display: People can illustrate their best firework sighting, sparking conversations about celebrations and personal best experiences.
  24. Draw a Cricket Match: People can illustrate an exciting cricket match, as it's a loved sport in Australia, this will prompt light-hearted discussion around sports.
  25. Draw an Aussie BBQ Spread: People can sketch their idea of a perfect Australian BBQ spread, sparking discussion about favourite foods and recipes.