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Paikea (Humpback Whale), Vertical Flag - Black

Paula Coulthard

LIMITED EDITION (30) - Handmade Flag

Paikea (Humpback Whale), Vertical Flag - Black

From the Ika Moana/Whale Series by Paula Coulthard. Ika Moana is a very old Maori name for whales, the English translation is Fish of the Sea. This series of work is inspired by the concept of Kaitiakitanga (guardianship & protection). Features Paikia with the new moon rising & Matariki signaling the time of year to be the Maori New Year in Winter.  This is the time when Humpback whales migrate past the east coast of the South Island & through the Cook Straight. 


This stunning limited edition flag has been made by Aotearoa (New Zealand) Artist - Paula Coulthard. The landscape & NZ whale has been personally stenciled & painted on Cotton Canvas material. All Paula Coulthard Flags are easy to hang with wall pins & hold a wonderful presence within a space. 


Height: 1650mm x Width: 900mm

Batons at the top & bottom of the Artwork.  Teeth on the rear of the top strip for ease of hanging on the wall.

Please Note - 
The 'Insitu Mockup' is merely an example of visual representation within an environment - it does not truly reflect the size of the flag. We have tried our best to mimic the proportions within the Insitu Mockup - please refer, to the measurements above for the exact dimensions of this flag.


Do you have a special place that has captured your heart? Paula Coulthard does stunning personal commissions through The Poi Room. Please email us as (info@thepoiroom.co.nz) - Let's create something to treasure for a lifetime!


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