maori.org.nz Slide Shows: Tukutuku - Weaving Patterns in a Whare
Matariki, Sonia Snowden
Love the modernity of this design - could we make the last panel - lit from fairy lights or strip Leds?
Maori Warrior Carvings - Te Whare Runanga - Waitangi by BlueVoter on Flickr.Via Flickr: Close up on one of the totems, where all faces have ...
Fig. 89. Lattice-work patterns.a, roimata toroa; b, poutama; c, niho taniwha; d, kaokao; e, patiki.
colours and geometric maori-inspired
Tuhourangi Poutama (The Pink and White Terraces) Peata Larkin (New Zealand 1973)
niho taniwha (teeth of the monster)
Tukemata Tukemata literally means ‘eyebrows’, but this design, with its notched zigzag patterns, has different meanings in different regions.
tukutuku panels -