Celebrating the natural beauty of New Zealand's South Island. Aoraki (Mt Cook) National Park is home to the country's tallest mountain ranges, snow dusted peaks and longest glaciers.
According to Ngāi Tahu legend, Rakinui the Sky Father had four sons - Aoraki and his three brothers. Whilst on a sea voyage around Papatūānuku the Earth Mother, their canoe overturned on a reef. When the brothers climbed on top of their canoe, the cold south wind turned them to stone. The canoe became New Zealand's South Island (Te Waka o Aoraki). Aoraki and his brothers became the peaks of the Southern Alps.
Hand drawn and printed New Zealand. Printed on 210gsm, acid-free stock, with a beautifully smooth, enhanced matte finish.
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