If you’ve ever come across a pūriri moth, you might’ve noticed that it seemed to be in quite a flittery rush. That’s because when pūriri moths finally emerge from life as a grub - the clock is ticking. They have 48 hours to find a mate and lay eggs before they die. They don’t even have mouths to eat because their purpose is singular. Their lives and beauty are so fleeting, but you can enjoy them all year round with this beautiful piece. Accented with red to mimic the colors of the Tino Rangatiratanga flag to honor the original guardians of Aotearoa.



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  • Available as rolled prints or framed by the artist, contact us for a quote to have your pieces framed.

    This can be presented beautifully solo or along side the Pūpūrangi to complete the set.