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Māra Mīharo

$15.00 NZD

The Paku Toki is a reimagining of traditional agricultural tools used in Aotearoa. It combines mātauranga Māori and expert knowledge of Māori design with contemporary production methods. 

Paku founders Jamie Preier and Johnson Witehira decided to create this illustrative pukapuka in order to help share the story of their tools and how they are shaped by Māori knowledge. 


  • By Izzy Ngā Pikitia and Jamie & Johnson Te Tuhi
  • Paperback book
  • Published by Paku

Paku is a New Zealand design studio dedicated to creating products uniquely of Aotearoa. Created by long-time friends Dr Johnson Witehira (Ngāti Hinekura, Ngāi-tū-te-auru) and James Prier, Paku's kaupapa is of inclusivity and pride in Māori culture and language as tangata whenua and tangata tiriti, which they hope to make more accessible to everyone. Paku products are developed and produced in Te Whanganui-a-Tara and Manawatū for all of Aotearoa to experience.

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