About this print
Whakahī translates to 'pride', a māori wāhine (woman) stands forward facing with kowhaiwhai (patterns) running through her hair and tāonga (treasure) around her neck, a clear image of pride.
Edition open in all sizes
Printed by endemicworld on textured mid-weight 100% rag w/ archival inks
Framing style simple w/ classic moulding
About the Artist
Justina Bisset aka Maku, comes from a family of artists, born and bred in the quiet seaside town of Devonport, Auckland. When she was a child she chose the name Maku for herself after her grandmother Makurata, which means 'dew drops on the rata tree'. Maku's whanau hail from Waimana, and are very proud Tuhoe people. Her artwork tell stories and is an avenue for her to share her Māori heritage and the culture with others.
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