Fin DAC – Rotokaha
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Fin DAC – Rotokaha

Phoenix Laneway, Behind The Importers



After completing his Taaniko mural for Street Prints Mauao Festival, Fin decided to hang around in the Mount to paint another piece before heading to Australia.

The Irish artist spent 3 days completing ‘Rotokaha’ (Maori for ‘inner strength’) over the Xmas period. The piece continues the Polynesian theme but teamed this time with a return to his more familiar ‘monochromatic work with a splash of colour’ – the style for which he became known a few short years ago.