Maori Tiki Wood Carving first man, fertility symbol A Tiki wood carving with typical characteristics such as paua shell eyes, the tilted head, a jutting tongue, the traditional three fingers on each hand and spiral shaped (koru) patterns
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Maori Tekoteko, Ohinemutu, Rotorua Stock Image - Image of house, pristine: 18111743
Maori tekoteko, Ohinemutu, Rotorua. Photo about house, pristine, scenery, meeting, blue, maori, nation, wharenui, lake, statue, carving, arawa, carved, world, tekoteko - 18111743
Laser cut signs of the time
The Laser Cutter Roundup — a weekly dose of laser-cut love: #39 Hey, Sam here. I’m back collecting this week’s posts from The Laser Cutter. Above is a laser cut quick response code stencil which can function as hobo signs – not sure what that is? Read more at F.A.T.com. A Guide To Making Signs Everything you need to know about making signs.
Finely Waka Huia by Tene Waitere c.1853 - 1931, a Ngati…
Finely Waka Huia by Tene Waitere c.1853 - 1931, a Ngati Tarawhai carver, Te Aroha, Rotorua, of ovoid shape, full stylized human tiki figures flanking each end, the base with spiral carving and paua inlay, lid with facial detail to each side, the top with kowhaiwhai carved design. Early 20th century, pre 1912. Tene was trained as a carver by Wero Taroi, a master carver of the highly influential Ngati Tarawhai school. Tene Waitere is thought to have worked on some of the last big carved canoes…