Māori Artist & biker with a cause
Kia ora. I'm Tiki O'Brien. Māori artist and advocate against domestic violence, abuse, and suicide, spreading awareness across New Zealand all the while cruising on my motorcycle.
I am a Māori artist with a wide range of skills and experience developed over a lifetime. self taught, Specialising in Māori Design Tā moko (Māori Tattoo) art. I have a passion for music and enjoy playing guitar and singing.
I derive inspiration from my rich Māori cultural heritage, and I extend a warm invitation to you to join me as my guest. If what I do in my creative work and community resonates and inspires you, kindly consider supporting my journey with a cup of coffee or please subscribe to my Newsletter, that way, we can keep in touch.
Sending aroha heartfelt blessings to you and your cherished ones.
As an Artist with a foundation in Māori Arts, I have taken the unusual step by embracing the online world as a digital content creator.
Dock Tattoo Project select image above or GOHERE
There has never been an opportunity more important than now to explore a digital world that knows no boundaries and is open to new and innovative creative works of art.
Māori Graphic Art select image above to view Gallery or GOHERE
With experience founded in Māori arts, I have advised, guided and consulted with groups, organisations and individuals in the area of the use of Māori imagery in their products, and created my own.
Māori Tā moko Design select image above to view Gallery or GOHERE
Digital products have transformed the way in which art works can be produced and distributed. made available as a download link, through a subscription, or sent via email to any person in the world.
Kowhaiwhai Māori painted Art select image above to view Gallery or GOHERE
Although my foundation is in Māori arts. I embrace technology, whether a T-shirt design an illustration for a book, an online course, or a design for a tattoo. They are simply digital products. The internet and the growing demand for these products have made this possible for many creative artists.
Māori Logo Design to view Gallery select image above or GOHERE
Māori Panel Art select image above to view Gallery or GOHERE
Lead light Windows select image above to view Gallery or GOHERE
Subscibe to Pānui The official Tiki Talk News Letter select image above or GOHERE
Pānui means to announce, notify, and publish. Subscribe to my Tiki Talk news letter to get access to exclusive information and so we can stay intouch.
The Māori Arts Website select image above or GOHERE
The Māori Arts website was first launched in the year 2000 with the theme of Taking Māori Arts to the world. Stay tuned for more info.
For more in depth information about me, GOHERE to download a PDF of my profile. Please