Hula Collection Sticker
Hula Collection Sticker
Hula Collection Sticker

Hula Collection Sticker

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Stickers are great for laptops, notebooks, skateboards, and any dry surface that needs some Maoli love. Features original, custom artwork by Maoli designers. Be on the lookout for our Maoli stickers across the Hawaiian islands. Don't forget to clean the flat surface before applying the sticker. Made of durable vinyl, best for dry, indoor use.

    • Premium artwork by indigenous designers.
    • Custom, trademark graphic. 
    • High opacity film that’s impossible to see through.
    • Fast and easy bubble-free application.


    Hula is a dance artform that is completely unique to Hawaiʻi. It consisted of an ʻōlapa (hula dancer) visually conveying the meaning or story of a particular oli (chant) or mele (song). The hands of the ʻōlapa describe physical things or actions, like a strong wind coming off of the pali (cliffs), a gentle misty rain falling down onto a newly blooming flower, or the rise and fall of the ocean tides as they crash on the kahaone (sandy beach).

    The ʻōlapa would be complemented by a hoʻopaʻa (memorizer), who would be responsible for chanting or singing and playing a percussion instrument like the ipu heke (gourd drum) to maintain a steady beat for the dancers. Oftentimes the hoʻopaʻa would also be the kumu hula (hula instructor), who would teach the ʻōlapa various hula steps, chants and songs.

    Hula practitioners played a critical role in the preservation and perpetuation of various traditional Hawaiian stories and lessons.



    We've partnered with some stellar organizations who are taking garment printing into the 21st century with DTG (direct-to-garment) printing technology. This means, everything at Maoli is made to order and we don’t have a warehouse full of clothes lying around. This reduces the clothing waste in our business to nearly zero. 

    Our eco-friendly water-based inks provide unlimited color combinations and make detailed prints pop without reducing their vibrancy in the wash. Reducing toxicity in the environment is one of our top priorities. 

    Whenever possible, we also use organic, recycled, or sustainable fabrics to manufacture our apparel. We aim to make our products good for your body and for the ʻāina (land).

    We encourage our customers and our community to demand more from us when it comes to sustainability. Have an idea? Please don’t hesitate to reach out!