Lei Puakenikeni is on a white background and is 1.07 inches x 12 inches
Puakenikeni means ten-cent flower, pua meaning "flower" and kenikeni meaning "ten cents." Its name is derived from the early 1900's when visitors arrived by boat, and one could purchase Lei Puakenikeni for 10 cents. Lei trio includes Lei Pakalana, Lei Pīkake, Puakenikeni - what we love to call the power trio. This iconic symbol of aloha plays a key role in Hawaiian culture. Lei symbolizes love, honor, and friendship. Often used for gifting, greeting, and honoring or marking a special occasion, lei is something truly special to Hawaiʻi.
The pepili wainola (vinyl stickers) are weatherproof and are able to withstand exposure to wind, rain and sunlight.
Kākou Collective is the studio of Native Hawaiian mother and artist, Kea Peters. Born and raised in ʻEwa Beach on the island of Oʻahu, she graduated from the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama in 2007. Kea (a former freelance graphic artist) has been part of the local design industry in Hawaiʻi since 2010. Kākou Collective is to create and share authentic artistic expression that inspire creators to connect with the cultural values, traditions, and communities of Hawaiʻi. Designed and made in the USA.