Artists from NZ and more

Collection by Lachie Hewitt


Range of prints from artists across New Zealand

Lachie Hewitt
The wanderer whale ship illustration graphic design type typography flag anchor sailor sea ocean nautic poster: such a neat idea! and love the dark palette, very inspiring, the whale as a ship is quite interesting I think! Art Design, Sketches, Illustrations Posters, Drawings, Painting, Graphic Design, Illustration Art, Design Art, Prints

Whale | Petrol Grey

available as phone covers, pillows, tote bags & more

I would love to see the mountains in New Zealand. Mt Cook, Aoraki, South Island, New Zealand - the drive to Mt. Cook is one of the best across South Island. Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Beautiful Pictures, Amazing Places, Places To Travel, Places To See, Beautiful Sunrise, To Infinity And Beyond, South Island
Beautiful WorldBeautiful PicturesPlaces To TravelPlaces To See

Mt Cook @ Sunset

On this day, Mt Cook was obscured by valley cloud until about the last 5 or 6 minutes of light. I almost blew this shot as I was busy chatting to some nice Aussie guys (oxymoronic statement I know). The blowing snow makes the shot for me. Most of these flickr shots are BIGGER on our website. You can also view more of our New Zealand landscape photography there :) My gradual decline towards senility is also charted on my blog - The Photo Autocracy And finally, we have also just posted our…

New Zealand Rugby - All Blacks! Best Rugby Team in The World

Love New Zealand All Blacks Rugby team!!

mister-nobody: “les-sources-du-nil: Edward Smallwood Richards Portrait of Mere Tupe-o-tu, of Taranaki, taken, probably in the late Moriori, Inhabitant of the Chatham Islands ” —. Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Arte Inuit, Inuit Art, Costume Ethnique, Maori People, Maori Designs, Art Populaire, Maori Art
Vintage PhotosArte InuitCostume EthniqueArt Populaire


les-sources-du-nil: “ Edward Smallwood Richards (1837-1917) Portrait of Mere Tupe-o-tu, of Taranaki, taken, probably in the late 1860s Moriori, Inhabitant of the Chatham Islands ”

maori tattoos for men

photographic print (colour) | British Museum

Photochemical print (colour); portrait of a Maori man, Atama Paparangi, showing head and shoulders; with facial moko (tattoo), wearing hei tiki (neck pendant), shark tooth ear ornament, huia feathers in his hair, and a korowai (tag cloak); New Zealand.

Tomika Te Mutu, chief of the Ngaiterangi tribe, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, oil painting by Gottfried Lindauer

11 cose che (forse) non sai sui tatuaggi -

Quante volte viene punta la pelle durante un tatuaggio? Quante persone ne hanno uno? Che rapporto c'è tra soldi e tatuaggi? E soprattutto, è vero che possono

Oil on canvas painting by deSotogi entitled "Reminiscence"


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1960 children playing on the street Ponsonby Auckland Auckland Art Gallery, Nz History, Urban Village, Maori Designs, Kiwiana, Through The Looking Glass, Photo Look, Historical Photos, Old Photos

Playing on the street

Māori children play on a street in Ponsonby, Auckland, in 1971. Due to its old and relatively cheap rental housing, Ponsonby attracted urbanising Māori (after 1950) and Pacific Island (after 1960) communities. The rest of Auckland was predominantly European. The ‘Ponsonby Panthers’ – a Mā...

Photo of a couple of beautiful Maori kuia Turangawaewae Marae 1963 Photograph by Ans Westra

Brett McDowell Gallery

Dunedin New Zealand art dealer gallery, Laurence Aberhart, Ben Cauchi, Martin Thompson, Joanna Margaret Paul, Tony de Lautour, Jeffrey Harris, Kushana Bush, John Patrick McKenzie, Jason Greig, Don Driver, Barry Cleavin, Val Sutherland, Grant Beran, Brett McDowell Gallery, Barry Brickell, Chris Weaver, Michael Harrison, Patrick Hartigan, Rob McHaffie

Te Aroha by House of Aroha

Website maintained by Joan Druett, maritime historian and writer.

#Tupaia #navigator #adventure #novel #history #exploration #oceangoing #explorer

Paper-works - Scott Kennedy

Paper-works - Sandra Thomson Frocks, Tutu, Gowns, Artists, Lady, Paper, Illustration, Artwork, Dresses

House of Aroha - Porowhita Pink & White Terraces II