May 7, 2021

Maori News & Indigenous Views

Limited edition “you picked the wrong Maori” Tshirts by Warren Pohatu available till 29 Jan

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If you’ve spotted this cool graphic recently floating around Facebook you now have the chance to geta limited editionTshirt run of it, specially made for you by Maori Boy Productions which includes famous Ngati Porou graphic artist Warren Pohatu.

Each month Maori Boy Productions will produce a limited edition print run. We’re told that it will be limited to how many orders they get (LOL, nice one!). To get in for this run you need to contact MBP by 29 January 2011!

Order details to include:

  • which design
  • number of items
  • size

To place your orders email them at mailto:[email protected]?subject=Wrong order – via


  • T-SHIRTS $25 + pp…
  • SINGLETS $20 + pp…

Shirts delivered first week of February, in time for Matatini so ORDER NOW!!!
NOTE: there will definitely be no other print run of this design this year.

Background – Warren Pohatu

If you don’t instantly recognise the name, you will immediately recognise his work… The FB group was created by a couple of fullas, including composer,Boy Wehi and Warren Pohatu the famousgraphic designer, artist and writer. Originally from the east coast of the North Island, Warren now lives in West Auckland and is the uncle of some very lucky Summerland past and present students. Warren affliates toNgai Tamanuhiri with links to Ngati Porou, Ngati Kahungunu, Rongowhakaata and Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki. For the past 20 years Warren has researched in depth the stories, legends and genealogy of his Tupuna and he uses this research as inspiration to create his rich, vibrant and very graphic art works.

For Tshirt enthusiasts and those who just love this graphic, this is definitely one for the collection! Get in quick and support local Maori artists riding the technopreneurial wave.

1 thought on “Limited edition “you picked the wrong Maori” Tshirts by Warren Pohatu available till 29 Jan

  1. Kia ora,..Im just enquiring to see if you still produce or print the WRONG t-shirts because we were hoping to get two done for our wives so that they can wear them with us to this years rugby 7s,..

    All the best for 2012,..Hope to hear from you soon

    Cheers Andy

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