Maori Kakahu

Collection by Kerepehi

290 
Pins
 • 
38 
Followers
Kerepehi
Tāniko designs – Māori weaving and tukutuku – te raranga me te whatu – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

Tāniko designs

These are three of the more common tāniko weaving designs. The names of these designs vary from tribe to tribe, and in any case are often purely functional and not descriptive. Tāniko expert Hirini [no-lexicon]Moko[/no-lexicon] Mead says, 'The names used could be as irrational as those ...

South Pacific Section.  Harpagornis Jan Ubels Auckland

South Pacific Section. Harpagornis Jan Ubels Auckland

I recently returned from a wonderful trip to New Zealand and Australia and am feeling inspired by the wonderful scenery and baskets which I saw around me.  One of the highlights of my trip to New Z…

New Zealand and basketry

I recently returned from a wonderful trip to New Zealand and Australia and am feeling inspired by the wonderful scenery and baskets which I saw around me. One of the highlights of my trip to New Z…

TOI AOTEAROA, Shona Tawhiao, New Zealand. Air New Zealand South Pacific Section. 2012 Brancott Estate WOW Awards Show

WOW - World of WearableArt

TOI AOTEAROA, Shona Tawhiao, New Zealand. Air New Zealand South Pacific Section. 2012 Brancott Estate WOW Awards Show

"Surf New Zealand" mermaid art by Terry Fitzgibbon

‘Surf New Zealand’ by Terry Fitzgibbon

'Surf New Zealand' by Terry Fitzgibbon. Share this 50's retrro-style fun image with those who love our New Zealand shores. Paniathe wahine of the reefwelcomes you to the waves of Aotearoa.

Maori women wearing Kahu huruhuru (feather cloaks) and korowai (tag cloaks), seated outside Te Whai-a-te-Motu meeting house at Mataatua. The woman holding the patu is the wife of Te Whenuanui II. Taken by an unidentified photographer, circa 1910's. ~ They look pretty fierce (esp. the second woman from the right)!

Page 1 of 1000 | Items | National Library of New Zealand | National Library of New Zealand

Maori women wearing Kahu huruhuru (feather cloaks) and korowai (tag cloaks), seated outside Te Whai-a-te-Motu meeting house at Mataatua. The woman holding the patu is the wife of Te Whenuanui II. Taken by an unidentified photographer, circa 1910's. ~ They look pretty fierce (esp. the second woman from the right)!

My first whatu tauri. Wendy @ Late Start Studio

I need to make a choice

The first part of the raranga/weaving course I’m doing is complete and I have acquired some basic skills so now I need to decide what my major focus will be. Having completed my whatu tauri …

1905 print showing Maori carvers and raupo whare at Rotoiti. Photo by Thomas Hammond held by Auckland War Memorial Museum

Collections Online

1905 print showing Maori carvers and raupo whare at Rotoiti. Photo by Thomas Hammond held by Auckland War Memorial Museum

kiwi feather korowai/cloak
Pattern ArtPolynesian PeopleFeather CapeNew Zealand ArtMaori ArtKiwiana

My friend's great grandma posing in traditional Maori cloak c. 1920 : OldSchoolCool

My friend's great grandma posing in traditional Maori cloak c. 1920

My friend's great grandma posing in traditional Maori cloak c. 1920 : OldSchoolCool

Weaving the Taniko Border of a Cloak

Weaving the Taniko Border of a Cloak | NZETC

Weaving the Taniko Border of a Cloak

Woman wearing a cloak made from fine flax fibre

Woman wearing a cloak made from fine flax fibre | National Library of New Zealand

Woman wearing a cloak made from fine flax fibre

Zip detail

Miss Mondo Covers Maori Fashion

About Native American fashion, clothing, and jewelry.