ANU Identity Merchandise Sub-Guide

An ANU identity merchandise sub-guide has been developed to inform ANU stakeholders how to apply the ANU identity when developing branded items. Please use this sub-guide to inform your future merchandise orders - this document includes how Colleges can use the ANU identity to ensure brand consistency. 

The official ANU merchandise provider is Harry Hartog Booksellers in the Kambri Precinct. Harry Hartog sell a range of ANU branded items such as stationery, water bottles, conference supplies, USB's and more. To buy or order ANU merchandise from Harry Hartog, complete the order form and email or visit the Harry Hartog team in-store.

The University also uses UniGear and Counterfeit Copy to support their ad hoc merchandise requirements. Details for these suppliers are included below:

UniGear Promotions
Fabiola Dimos
P: +61 2 8097 0490 

Counterfeit Printing
Darren Vincent
0422 666 846

Remember, you will still need to get your artwork pre-approved by ANU Marketing before ordering any new items and you will still need delegate approval to make purchases.

Harry Hartog opening hours
9am - 5pm Monday to Saturday
10am - 4pm on Sundays. 

Ethical and sustainable merchandise

As a national institution, The Australian National University has a responsibility to lead the nation in line with the world's best practice. This also extends to social responsibility in ethical and sustainable practices in purchasing and procurement of merchandise.

Ensuring that our merchandise is sourced in an ethical and sustainable way is a commitment that is over and above any legal or statutory requirements. And one this is not simply governed by a business's bottom line or a desire to do the right thing for appearance's sake only.

Caring about not only the economic consequences of our actions but also about the social and environmental implications will help in building trust in our organisation. It will help communities (on a local, national or global level), raise public awareness and encourage social change. In this way we fulfill our national role, international responsibility, and should be reflected in everything we do – that includes the sort of merchandise we design and how we source it.

In utilising and designing merchandise it is your responsibility to ensure this criterion is met and delivered on as a member of the ANU community. You should consider the purpose of the merchandise and guarantee that what you are providing is something that will be of real use to the recipient, as well as positioning ANU as a national institution who is committed to sustainability and social responsibility.