Recently, I needed to create a range of kowhaiwhai for a design project. After completing mangopare, kape-rua, and puhoro, I began to explore how I could re-interpret these. These final tohu were created as gifts for some of my *Experience whanau. Vinyl prints applied to perspex.

Recently, I needed to create a range of kowhaiwhai for a design project. After completing mangopare, kape-rua, and puhoro, I began to explore how I could re-interpret these. These final tohu were created as gifts for some of my *Experience whanau. Vinyl prints applied to perspex.


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