Native Intelligence

Posted by admin on 02/19/2016 in Press

We are stoked and humbled to be featured in the Feb/March issues of Hawaiian Airline’s Hana Hou Magazine, in the Native Intelligence section. Big mahalos to Tiffany Hill who wrote the article and to Megan Spelman who took the photos. Please check it out below! A Board in the Hand by Tiffany Hill Hana Hou

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Featured in Kikaha by Island Air

Posted by admin on 10/10/2015 in All posts Press

We are currently one of the features in Kikaha, Island Air’s inflight magazine! Mahalo to Kelli Gratz who wrote the piece and to Sarah Anderson for photos. Please check it out below! Recycled Stoke Cast-off surfboards get new lives with Manukai Handboards.
 by Kelli Gratz Read it at Kikaha!, Issue 07 October/November, 2015 Last year,

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Sending Our Aloha to NYC!

Posted by admin on 09/06/2015 in All posts News

We are stoked that our studio brands, Kalakoa Designs and Manukai Handboards, have been included in the Flux Hawaii General Store in NYC. Please check out the info below…and Mahalo Flux Hawaii for including us!! FLUX Hawaii General Store After premiering a successful event in 2014 during New York Fashion Week, FLUX Hawaii returns to

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Metro Honolulu frontpage!

Posted by admin on 07/22/2015 in All posts News Press

Keith was front page in this cool feature in the Honolulu Metro weekly newspaper. Mahalo MH and Christina for writing the article! And…Na Mea Hawaii for allowing us to Pop-up in your store! Please check it out!

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Hawaii Magazine Feature

Posted by admin on 07/06/2015 in News Press

Artists and wave riders Keith Tallet and Sally Lundburg are creating beautiful surf crafts and jewelry from what some people might call “waste.” The husband and wife team from Hawaii Island upcycle broken surfboards and old resin into new handboards for bodysurfing and fashion accessories. … There’s this symbiotic relationship between the [Manukai] handboards and [Kalakoa Design] jewelry,” says Sally, who wears the fashion accessories as well as rides the handboards. “It becomes a product that we can really stand behind because it’s using what we have and keeping trash from the landfill.”

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