Screenprint

Image size in millimetres: 500 x 700
Edition of 75 individually printed, signed and numbered by Arty Wright

This print by Arty Wright has been created as a commentary on how Made in New Zealand has become an important feature of the New Zealand economy with the ever present tension between overseas manufacturers and domestic producers of New Zealand products. Wright writes about this print that "New Zealand commercial trademarks often feature native plants, animals and our first polynesian settlers. This design “Made in New Zealand” was the trademark of Tiki Brand Clothing. Looking at this image we could ask ourselves - has anything changed in the way we promote the image of New Zealand to the world at large?" We are delighted to stock this superb example of contemporary New Zealand screenprinting from print maker Arty Wright and offer prompt delivery anywhere in New Zealand or around the world.

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Made In New Zealand by Arty Wright



$395.00 NZD

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