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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 ...

Four Seamless Maori Patterns

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Maori Art

Maori Art

Over the last week I've been attending a Maori Art taster course. During those 4 days we had to complete our NCEA booklet and also create a piece of Maori Art on some MDF board. The one above is mine, using the Koiri patterns and those three colors. Its approximately 80cm x 20cm.

Design 7 from Maori Patterns: Painted & Carved for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

Design 7 from Maori Patterns: Painted & Carved

Fine Art PrintImage size in millimetres: 480 x 350The seventh design from Menzies classic _Maori Patterns Painted and Carved_ published in 1904. Kowhaiwhai are a distinctively Maori art design, these scrolling patterns decorated the meeting house ridgepole (tahu or tahuhu) and rafters (heke). NZ Fine Prints have re-printed the original plates from Menzies classic collection onto beautiful watercolour paper, the designs are the same size as the original prints with a white border around the…

Seamless Maori Kowhaiwhai patterns

Seamless Maori Kowhaiwhai pattern designs in color.

View Vector Art of Kowhaiwhai Designs In Color. Find premium, high-resolution photos at Getty Images.

Godber, Albert Percy, 1876-1949 :[Drawings of Maori rafter patterns]. 59. Ohinemutu; 60. Original also on a house at Whakarewarewa; 61. Waitahanui. [1939-1947].

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Journal of the Polynesian Society: Maori Spirals, By W. J. Phillipps, P 30-40

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