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Ngati Pakeha Inks are created, work-shopped and printed in-house by the artist - Lester Hall.
They are printed on top grade, museum quality, acid free papers, matched to the size of the image and with K3 ultrachrome long life inks.
Prints are unframed and come well packaged in a sturdy mailer pack. Size: 330mm x 240mm.
Lester's thoughts: This image recognizes the commitment I made to publicly assert the idea that I, as a Pakeha New Zealander, I am Tangata Whenua. It loomed before me like a mountain at the time as it required every moment I have spent since in making an understanding of what it means to me to be a 1956 Pakeha Male citizen of Aotearoa. I first painted this idea 20 years ago in my "Hories and Whities" diary page series. I reprised the image in a monotone stamp style and incorporated it into an already successfully used New Zealand stamp design. Ed hillary's face emblazoned with the legend TANGATAWHENUA challenges all maori to say he was not and challenges all Pakeha to say they don't care. Climb Every Mountain tips it's hat to the energy and optimism of the song and charges New Zealanders to climb the mountain of race relations and equality. It is time to "knock the bastard off".