Hula - A tribute to surf and dance
She tucks a hibiscus flower deliberately behind her left ear. Now she begins to sway. A chant. A song. Complex body movements. Hawaii and Hula dance go together like a surfer riding a wave.
Soak in the intoxicating addiction that is Hawaii. Inhale the floral scent. The soft rhythms of age-old dance. Untarnished scenery. Unadulterated beauty. The divine panorama jerks at the heartstrings.
Now get active. Grab your surf and go. The waves beckon. So very clear, blue and green. Native to the Pacific islands – don’t lose the opportunity. Glide gracefully over a mighty, crashing wave like the twisting twirls of a Hawaiian dance. Motion and eternity collide.
Hula, is a theme that is typically linked to surf. When we talk about surf, we speak mainly of Hawaii where this practice was born. For this theme we chose hibiscus flowers in blue and orange on a white listed background of woods resulting in a typical surfer record. Traditional dance passed from generation to generation, rich in natural accessories, based entirely on a mythology full of legends, prayers and love of Nature.