Tukutuku Pattern


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Enhance your resources, presentations, assignments, and more with our collection of accessible Māori-designed patterns. With a simple purchase and download, you can seamlessly integrate these cultural patterns into your projects.

Tukutuku is a traditional Māori art form consisting of decorative panels made from woven or lashed together materials such as reeds, flax, or other fibres.

This pattern illustrates the kaokao pattern often seen in tukutuku. The kaokao pattern symbolises strength, resilience, and unity

Our diverse range of patterns is available for download, offering versatility across various materials such as PowerPoint presentations, reports, documents, proposals, letterheads, booklets, brochures, and social media platforms. It's important to note that while these patterns are available for personal and educational use, they are not intended for resale, printing on products, or any commercial purposes. If you have any questions or uncertainties regarding the usage of these patterns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at kiaora@taputapu.co.nz.

Upon purchase, you'll receive the following files in PNG format:

1. Pattern

2. Brand Elements x2

The png format ensures they are transparent and easy to incorporate into your projects seamlessly. You will receive both mā and pango options. Also included is a guideline of how to use the pattern appropriately. 

If you need these patterns in a certain colour please email kiaora@taputapu.co.nz. 

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