Ngargee 2018A graphic artwork designed as a joint entry into the Land Art Generator International (LAGI) competition with Buro North for the ST Kilda foreshore area. 2018
Connection, Culture and TechnologyA graphic design with artwork overlay commissioned piece for Microsoft to celebrate their Reconciliation Action Plan (2016)
Eora FireCurrently graphic artwork shortlisted as potential design to go on a City of Sydney fire truck.
Aboriginal Chronic Care ProgramCommissioned by the Agency for Clinical Innovation, this graphic artwork is used for the branding of the Chronic Care for Aboriginal People program (2016)
Barangaroo WayfindingCommissioned by Buro North to be used as part of the signage along the walkways of the new Barangaroo prescient. The designed had to ensure it would work a cut out pattern in steel sheets and other industrial material (2017)
AH&MRC Annual ReportThis painting was commissioned by the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council for their Annual Report (2012)
PeregrinationThis graphic print with artwork overlay was commissioned by The Benevolent Society to represent their organisation and ongoing commitment to reconciliation. (2018)
MTC Australia - RAP CoverThis graphic artwork was commissioned by MTC Australia this work is featured on the cover and throughout the 2018 Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
Kirby Institute CommissionA graphic artwork commissioned by the Kirby Institute for a suite of resources including the Aboriginal Sexual Reproductive Health resource (2015)
The George Street TrackA graphic print with artwork overlay was commissioned by the Public Service Commission, this artwork is a tribute to the original George Street Track on which the current George St (Sydney) is built on and is also now home to the new office of the PSC. (2018)
Transient - Part 1A new graphic artwork series depicting the way we move and connect through the various physical and technological landscapes of our daily environment. (2018)
Medical Journal of AustraliaA graphic artwork commissioned by the Menzies School of Health Research for the cover of a supplement report in the Medical Journal of Australia (2014)
Transient - Part 2A new graphic artwork series depicting the way we move and connect through the various physical and technological landscapes of our daily environment. (2018)
Rural Landscape 2017This painting represented an abstract view of the Illawarra and how we segregate land for its uses
JS Koori Designs was established by artist and graphic designer Jasmine Sarin. Jasmine is a proud Kamilaroi and Jerrinja woman with a passion for Aboriginal culture and art. JS Koori Designs strives to build and grow a sustainable Aboriginal owned and operated business by celebrating the world's oldest living culture.
“Creating artwork is something very personal to me. It allows me to be unrestricted, undefined, unlimited in the way I perceive my world. It is almost like yoga for the soul. Never be confined by the walls we build around ourselves” – Jasmine Sarin