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With Greetings of Aloha,
The Pacifica Team
Pacifica Island Art features the largest selection of Giclee Hawaiian Art Prints & Canvas Prints, Hawaiian Greeting Cards, Hawaiian Holiday Cards and Hawaiian Christmas Cards with Hawaiian-English translation, Hawaiian Special Occasion Greeting Cards (Hawaiian Birthday Cards, Hawaiian Mahalo Thank You Cards, Hawaiian Aloha Cards, Hawaiian Wedding Cards) Hawaiian Postcards, Hawaiian Wall Calendars, Vintage Hawaiiana Cards and Prints, Hawaiian Gift Enclosure Cards, Map of Old Hawaii lithograph, Hawaiian Photo Albums, Hawaiian Playing Poker Cards, Magnets, Stickers, Decals, Tin Signs, Porcelain Figurines, Notebooks, Jewelry, Luggage Tags, Hawaiian Phone Cases, and more.
Located in the picturesque island of Maui, Hawaii, we are Hawaii's premier ecological publisher dedicated to publishing images that reflect the beauty of our island. We publish the works of over 60 accomplished contemporary artists who live or have lived in the islands including Peggy Chun, Janet Stewart, Kerne Erickson, Randy Jay Braun, Steve Strickland, Mark McKay, Susan Patricia, Sherri Reeve, Andrew Annenberg, Ron Laes, Madeline & Peter Powell, Douglas Chun, Michael & Monica Sweet, Nichola Moss, Deybra Fair, Yu Yuu Shirofani, Jim Kingwell, Deanna Benatovich, Himani, Warren Rapozo, Joanne Bolton, Mary Lucas Faustine, Steve Sundram, Ron Dahlquist, Kim McDonald, Lori Higgins, Brad Parker, Brad Lewis, Carolyn Quan, N. Robert Wagstaff, Danny Braddix, Rick Sharp.
We also feature an extensive line of Vintage Hawaiiana drawn from museum archives and private collections, from such artists as John Kelly, Frank Macintosh, Gill, Ted Mundorff, Eugene Savage, Frank Oda, Hale Pua Studio, Gene Pressler, Lawler, Atherton, E. McKnight Kauffer. No na mamo - for our future generations. Pacifica Island Art is dedicated to the environment by using filmless printing and ecologically sound inks on chlorine-free recycled paper with a high post-consumer fiber content.