Kō is Sugarcane in Hawaiian language. This print represents the stalks and blades of the tall sugarcane grass, moving and rustling in the wind. It also represents so many hawaiian families that have history working on the many Sugarcane Plantations, including my own grandmother and all of her cousins in Kahuku.
Dominant Dye: Fresh ‘Olena or Tumeric
Pūkoʻa Studios Product Disclaimer:
Metals are gold plated brass or stainless steel unless otherwise noted.
Kapa is first and foremost a sustainable textile made from natural materials. Taking care of it will ensure longevity, but with substantial wear these pieces will begin to degrade and can eventually be composted.
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