$20.00 USD


This undyed organic cotton tea towel features a picturesque scene of Hawaiian flora situated in front of Mauna Loa & Mount Ka'ala, two of Big Island's founding volcanoes.

Lightweight with a natural feel, this tea towel makes for a beautiful & functional fixture in your kitchen.


Miriam Zora Engel is an independent multimedia artist based in Waianae, O'ahu. She designed the botanical pattern used across our website and packaging.

"My work is largely about seeing and interpreting. Painting from observation is important to me because it challenges me to see the world in new ways, and also because the paintings I create invite others to see the world through my eyes. I often think about the complex, nearly overwhelming nature of sight. Through painting, I allow myself to construct my own interpretation of these complexities. These interpretations never set out to be a direct copy of the outside world. Instead, they are transmutations that become infused with the subjective experience of selecting, absorbing, and remembering. In this way, painting becomes a process of seeing, a way through which to solidify the fleeting experience of observing the visual world." – Miriam Zora Engel