Our latest print ‘Pēpi’ a collaboration with my talented friend Kahira Shepherd
The piece is self explanatory, a beautiful Māmā and pēpi embrace, our children are a taonga to be treasured, loved and protected. The māmā is representative of the nurturer (Pāpā as well) her hair a symbolic barrier, our babies are born with mana and we must be vigilant with who and what we allow in their space. Lastly shaped in a tear drop to represent the overwhelming cases of abuse and trafficking of children globally that needs to stop.
The first $1,000 of the sale of our collection is going straight to Kahiras Auntys organisation #SaveOurBabiesCharitableTrust she's an amazing lady who runs a Womens support group for victims of domestic violence, delivers Kai to our kids, while pushing out fitness boot camps and raising awareness to stand up and speak out against violence and sexual abuse if you’d like to check her page out find her on Facebook under the above #