Print: Nā Maka
Nā Make means eyes in Hawaiian Language. This print represents the polyps of life, the many eyes and follicles that are found in so many biological structures. If you look closely at the world, youʻll see millions of eyes looking back at you!
Dominant Dye: fresh ‘Uki‘Uki berries
‘Uki‘uki is a native plant with berries that create a brilliant blue that fades to a silver gray.
Textiles are available as approximately 5” x 11” pieces, displayed in an open 12” x 6” Bamboo shadow box.
Upon purchase you will receive one of the pictured variations.
Pricing for multiple textiles is as follows:
1 for $300/ea
2 for $250/ea
3 or more for $200/ea
Discount applied automatically at checkout.
Most images or designs are also available as digital prints, contact us for details.
Kapa is first and foremost a sustainable textile made from natural materials and colored with natural dyes. Taking care of it will ensure longevity, but with time and exposure to light the colors will eventually begin to fade.