The regal young banana leaf reminds us of lush tropical vegetation in Maunawili on the windward side of O`ahu. The elegance of how each leaf bends and dances in the wind creates a beautiful feast for the eyes.
Bananas (Mai`a) commonly grow in valleys or sheltered patches around the islands. They are planted around lush dwellings or on well-watered banks of kalo lo`i (taro patches).
This print reminds us of the beauty and utility of the Mai`a. It also brings to mind a Hawaiian phrase, `A`ohe hua o ka mai`a i ka la ho`okahi: “Bananas do not fruit in a single day” — a gentle reminder for us all that good things take time!
Sustainably made from recycled bottles
63 in x 31.5 in
Full two-sided print below:
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