Tahuna Print - A3 (unframed)
Beautiful Prints by Lagom Design
The name Tāhuna means “shallow bay” and it is believed that the Ngāi Tahu Māori visited the area during their travels to collect Pounamu. There was also once a Māori settlement called Te Kirikiri Pa occupied by the Kāti Māmoe tribe, right where the Queenstown Gardens are today. With all of my New Zealand centric prints, I think it is important to include this beautiful land's original Māori names, honouring the history and those who live here.
Hand drawn and printed New Zealand. Printed on 210gsm, acid-free stock, with a beautifully smooth, enhanced matte finish.
Each print sold educates one child on plastic pollution, helping to protect and restore our beautiful oceans.