Sumi ink & vector illustration composite by Kayleigh Chalkowski.
“ʻAlalā are an integral part of the forest ecosystem on Hawai'i. With the release of captive-raised birds we will also be ensuring the growth and prosperity of plants that ʻAlalā help to disperse: 'Ōlapa, ʻŌhelo ʻai, Alani, ʻŌhā kēpau, and many more. This work is also a dedication to the many people doing conservation on the ground with their hands and hearts to breathe new life into fragile ecosystems across Hawai'i. Conservation simply wouldn't happen without their hard work.
This piece was created by creating a vector image from a sumi ink painting. Color and fine details were then added digitally using Adobe Illustrator. This piece is the first of a set of 25 limited prints.”
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