When you paint large scale its a difficult process reducing your imagery down in size. Spray paint is a medium that covers a large area with very large strokes & it has taken us a few years to find the process we are most comfortable using without losing the unique richness of our art form.
Our first few prints with gold award winning Artrite Screen Printing have only been of the highest quality!
Their screen printing process producing the finest work that we have come across throughout our career & it is a privilege producing work alongside artists such as Dick Frizzell, Shane Cotton, Tony Ogle, Stanley Palmer, Max Gimblett, Don Binney & Karl Maughan. We painted the wall for this print & produced the prints earlier in the year & now the time is right to present:
'Aroha mai, Aroha atu' - the love you give is the love you will receive!
Fine art archival quality screen prints on Fabriano paper using light fast inks, this is a limited edition series that speaks about our involvement in the community. Everything that we give out to the people around us can only come back to bring us love & fulfilment, the central design speaks about that journey using the niho taniwha design & the kaokao (zigzag) design refers to the strength needed.
Every print we produce is a high quality photographic CMYK print of the original wall. The team carefully prints each layer producing vibrant & robust imagery that is guaranteed to last generations. Our print is in honour of our friend Michelle who was involved in this work, she rests peacefully now alongside her Tupuna.