This limited edition collaboration features a hand-drawn ʻŌlepe print from our friends at Kealopiko. The ʻōlepe refers to many species of shells with two sides that hinge open and live below the sand at varying ocean depths. The Haumea judii, used in lei-making, is commonly seen and collected from our Hawaiʻi beaches. Collectors must know the weather and ocean signs that tell them when these little jewels of the sea might be tossed up onto the sand.
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