Harekeke is a common plant found in New Zealand, but many of the special forms that were cultivated by Māori for weaving were almost lost during the twentieth century. Luckily, a few collections of special flaxes were maintained over the years, and have sparked a revival in flax weaving over the last 20 years. Harekeke is also used in soaps, hand creams, shampoos, flaxseed oil and a range of other cosmetics.
Reproduced digitally on Mohawk Felt 260GSM acid-free textured paper for archival permanence.
Every print is signed by hand.
Where is it made? Wellington!