Detail of ME001154 kaitaka huaki showing upper taniko border featuring waharua kopito (vertically paired diamond shapes) design, and lower taniko border featuring aramoana (pathway of the sea) design

Detail of ME001154 kaitaka huaki showing upper taniko border featuring waharua kopito (vertically paired diamond shapes) design, and lower taniko border featuring aramoana (pathway of the sea) design

Vase decorated with Aronui Patterns

Vase decorated with Aronui Patterns


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Aronui • Triangle Pattern Pendant by Stacy Gordine, Māori artist (NZ70924)    love the whakaaro for this pendant

Aronui • Triangle Pattern Pendant by Stacy Gordine, Māori artist (NZ70924) love the whakaaro for this pendant

Waharua or Whakarua Kopito Two mouths or openings or two point patterns that extend downwards in two or more complete repeats.

Waharua or Whakarua Kopito Two mouths or openings or two point patterns that extend downwards in two or more complete repeats.

patterns with a dominant chevron shape that are either plain (Aramoana - ocean waves)

patterns with a dominant chevron shape that are either plain (Aramoana - ocean waves)

Aronui Patterns  Triangle designs which refers to the pursuit of knowledge about the natural world.

Aronui Patterns Triangle designs which refers to the pursuit of knowledge about the natural world.

Patterns that include pictorial motifs e.g. stars, fern leaves, lettering, numbers, animals, stars, etc

Patterns that include pictorial motifs e.g. stars, fern leaves, lettering, numbers, animals, stars, etc

Aromoana Design;Aramoana means ‘pathway of the sea’. The horizontal zigzags suggest pathways that the ocean and other waterways provide to many destinations.

Aromoana Design;Aramoana means ‘pathway of the sea’. The horizontal zigzags suggest pathways that the ocean and other waterways provide to many destinations.

Our inspiration look - traditional Maori. We will be wearing tops made from nonMaori fabrics with faded jeans. Examples will be posted here. Wear your headband like these ladies - across the forehead. Unlimited amounts of jewelry. Appropriation is not the intention here. Keep in mind that our costumes are meant to be a nod to all tribal communities without making offence.

Our inspiration look - traditional Maori. We will be wearing tops made from nonMaori fabrics with faded jeans. Examples will be posted here. Wear your headband like these ladies - across the forehead. Unlimited amounts of jewelry. Appropriation is not the intention here. Keep in mind that our costumes are meant to be a nod to all tribal communities without making offence.

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