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"Maui" A4 Framed Print - Steven Hikaiti

When Maui fished up the North Island of Aotearoa he is said to have used a hook. The curve of Cape Kidnappers represents the hook and is known as Maui’s Fish Hook. The shape signifies the importance of fishing to Maori culture, and their relationship to the sea. 

Measurements: A4 Frame - 30.5 x 38.1 cm 
Media: Fine Art Print, 100% archival cotton paper, UV Light Fast Inks  

Steven Hikaiti 

Steven Hitaiki had artistic talent from a young age, but at school it landed him in trouble. “I used to get kicked out because I’d be drawing in the books and on the desk - my mind wouldn’t be with the class, it’d be outside the window, daydreaming, creating things in my mind. It was my own safe place” Steven is an exceptionally talented Pointillism artist, and his skills are completely self-taught. His journey began in 1987, while incarcerated Steven had an experience in which he saw a face appear with full Moko and approach him with a hongi - passing of the breath of life. Afterwards, he constantly saw the vision, until he tried drawing what he saw. Steven’s art is a symbol of new beginnings, turning his past life into a story of victory and we are so pleased to be able to share it!