Tupenu is the Tongan term for a wrapped garment.
Check out this new tupenu designed by JT da Artist!
To be fair, this is obviously a wall tapestry :) But it's so much more. Items from this artist are already selling, including the wall tapestry which some customers are folding, and then wrapping around the waist to wear as a tupenu when helping at events or visiting family members.
"Tiliti" is the newest design, and you can see that JT da Artist did something special with this art piece. Tiliti is a Tongan word that means "treaty", and the design emphasizes the words "peace" on the left corner and "treaty" on the right corner.
When not in use, hang up the tupenu as a wall tapestry.
Add this tupenu to your collection. Revenue supports Pasifika self-taught artist, JT da Artist.
What item can be used for drinking and organizing? A Cup!
Maybe you shouldn't use your mug for both purposes. Choose one use - drinking cup, or organized pen/pencil holder :)
If you want to decorate your office desk, or add a quirky mug to your kitchen counter, then this mug is for you. Say you object without saying a word. It features a cartoon character from the original, "Law School Comic Book 1L."
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Instagram hosted a challenge for singers around the world to sing childhood favorite lyrics, "He's got the whole world in his hands. He's got the whole wide world in his hands. He's got the whole world in his hands. He's got the whole world in his hands." Celebrities and the public joined in and shared videos of them singing this song in different languages. It was a great way to bring people together, and remain calm during a crisis.
Inspired by this event, Leene King's store now sells a shirt that says, "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands." The words are shaped in a circular globe to reinforce the world aspect.
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