They say menehune are a mythical race of small people who worked at night building fish ponds, roads, and temples who would leave their projects unfinished if the work was not completed in a single night. In our grellow print on lime-colored linen, the menehune can be found among the medicinal awapuhi (Hawaiian ginger) plants at work, play, and prayer. This archival print is available exclusively in a men’s pull-over Aloha Shirt. Part of the 2022 Summer Collection of Archival Prints on Linen.
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