Kia Ora Magazine Coverage

Air New Zealand produces fantastic air safety videos which are always good for a laugh (as well as educational). They also produce an in-flight magazine, Kia Ora, which highlights some of the things that make New Zealand unique. 

Earlier this year we received an email from them asking if we could provide them a high res. image of one of our favourite pieces, the etched New Zealand cuff by Fiona Mitcham

After taking several snaps from different angles and making sure we had the best version of a clear-cut image we could produce using our hand-me-down camera and slightly temperamental computer we sent the image in and crossed all our fingers and toes. Knowing the magazine normally featured high end exclusive products that come from brands with a team of professional photographers, marketers and designers we didn't expect much.

A few months later we were delighted to receive an early copy of the November issue with little old us and our photo on page 22 alongside products from Rolex and Tom Ford.

If you happen to take a flight on any Air New Zealand plane during November or can sneak into the Koru lounge make sure you take a peek.

Thank you to the editor and all the team at Kia Ora magazine for supporting small businesses like ours and highlighting working from New Zealand artists and designers.

Kia Ora magazine November 2015



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