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Pacifica Island Art uses an environmentally-friendly Unryu Japanese rice paper made by the Awagami Factory in Tokushima, Japan. Unryu, which translates to 'cloud dragon paper' in Japanese, features long strands of kozo fiber and is made from natural mulberry and hemp fibers using traditional Japanese Washi techniques - ABOUT THE ARTIST - Joseph 'Joe' Eula (1925 – 2004) was an American fashion illustrator. He was a prominent illustrator in the 1960s and 70s, having held the post of creative director at Halston for ten years. Eula graduated from high school in 1942, at age 17, and was enlisted in the 10th Mountain Division to serve in the Italian Campaign. Subsequently, he fought in the Apennines and was awarded the Bronze Star. Upon his discharge in 1945, he enrolled at the Art Students League of New York. His first illustrations as a student there were published in Town amp; Country magazine—whose editor at the time was Baron Nicolas de Gunzburg—and Saks Fifth Avenue. In the mid-1950s, Eula started working with Eugenia Sheppard, illustrating her syndicated column Inside Fashion in the New York Herald Tribune. He later went on to work with Ernestine Carter in the London Sunday Times, covering European fashion. Among his work for American Vogue and The New York Times, Eula also had a long-standing association with Italian Harper's Bazaar. In this occupation he notably covered Yves Saint Laurent's first (1958) and last (2002) collections, and was a house artist for several other designers, including Coco Chanel, Hubert de Givenchy, Gianni Versace, Christian Dior and Karl Lagerfeld. He maintained a friendly relationship with some of these distinguished figures of the fashion world, especially with Coco Chanel, whose collections he often drew.