Street Prints Mauao Mural Mt Maunganui 2017

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The theme of this festival resonated with Flox: “What Is the most important thing in this world?” “He Tangata, He Tangata, He Tangata” (It is The People, The People, The People)

For Flox, the most important people in her world are her kids, Bo and Indi. This piece is very much a representation of them – A portrait of Bo adorned with flying Kõtare which represent Indi (as this is his middle name)

During Flox’s research into local legends of Mauao (Mount Maunganui) she came across one about the Patupaiarehe – local Forrest Fairies that were thought to have dragged Mauao out to the position in which he sits now. The Patupaiarehe were also thought to be fair skinned and with red hair!…”another reason I chose to use my boy as my muse in this piece!”.

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Street Prints Mauao Mural Mt Maunganui 2017

The theme of this festival resonated with Flox: “What Is the most important thing in this world?” “He Tangata, He Tangata, He Tangata” (It is The People, The People, The People)

For Flox, the most important people in her world are her kids, Bo and Indi. This piece is very much a representation of them – A portrait of Bo adorned with flying Kõtare which represent Indi (as this is his middle name)

During Flox’s research into local legends of Mauao (Mount Maunganui) she came across one about the Patupaiarehe – local Forrest Fairies that were thought to have dragged Mauao out to the position in which he sits now. The Patupaiarehe were also thought to be fair skinned and with red hair!…”another reason I chose to use my boy as my muse in this piece!”.

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Street Prints Mauao Mural Mt Maunganui 2017

The theme of this festival resonated with Flox: “What Is the most important thing in this world?” “He Tangata, He Tangata, He Tangata” (It is The People, The People, The People)

For Flox, the most important people in her world are her kids, Bo and Indi. This piece is very much a representation of them – A portrait of Bo adorned with flying Kõtare which represent Indi (as this is his middle name)

During Flox’s research into local legends of Mauao (Mount Maunganui) she came across one about the Patupaiarehe – local Forrest Fairies that were thought to have dragged Mauao out to the position in which he sits now. The Patupaiarehe were also thought to be fair skinned and with red hair!…”another reason I chose to use my boy as my muse in this piece!”.

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