MANA MAORI - Tatouage polynésien, marquisien, samoa, maori
Mana Maori, spécialiste du tatouage polynésien, tatau tahitien, maori, marquisien, situées à Château d'Olonne (VENDEE),Besançon (DOUBS), Nancy (MEURTHE ET MOSELLE), Moissy-Cramayel (SEINE ET MARNE) et à Paris (ILE DE FRANCE).
MAORI KORU PATTERNS | Design Patterns
Maori believe that any object of the Earth has its own life force. While in an inanimate state, this unique force can be altered to have desired effect by incantation or thought. These are normally chosen by the individual, often from amongst a multitude of other objects. The Kohatu is a prized possession of the Maori, part of the perfect balance in one's life.
maori design lesson plan
(Teacher’s sample design copyrighted 2011 Grimm) Title: Maori Design Topic: indigenous cultural design Goals and Objectives: Students will demonstrate how to use designs from alternative cultures to inspire an original artwork assigned to them in class. Students will use pattern and a color scheme to create a rhythmic design. GLEs: STRAND I: Product/Performance 3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various purposes A. High School Level I Create original…