Jana Lam Hawaii

Musubi Pouch • Native ‘Ae • Mint over Gray

$32

At the Jana Lam Studio we’re always making things— of course, that’s what we do!  But it’s so exciting to be able to use the leftover fabric that would normally be cast aside.  These onigiri-shaped pouches are products made from just that, and concocted from the mind of our amazing Steph Kaji, who took awkwardly shaped pieces and turned them into triangular fabulousness. Form and function are key in these little pouches, and each one has a key ring, so you can hang them in a convenient place, where it’s on hand for easy access- coins, cash, keys, lip gloss, air pods, parking tickets…you name it, pack it in your musubi!

The Details:
3" x 3" x 3"
Fully lined, 3" zipper closure

Due to the hand-printed and hand made nature of this product, print and color placement will vary from photograph.

Made in Hawai‘i, USA

‘Ae (Polypodium pellucidim). This uncommon endemic Hawaiian fern is beautiful but tough.  It thrives even in the most desolate of habitats, like a lava field.  Its beauty contrasted with its adaptability is part of the charm elicited from the freckles dancing through its irregular fronds.  It’s the first installation of the Native Collection and was inspired by a visit to Hui Kū Maoli Ola, a cultural and ecological native plant nursery on O’ahu.  Jana was so exhilarated by all she saw on her visit there, that she had a hard time picking what to make first, but the ‘Ae was really interesting and a little challenging (because she wanted to capture it realistically as possible instead of stylizing it like she usually does.), and it really captured her attention and was one of her favorites.  She can’t wait to get working on the next piece.

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