The islands art and crafts are unique because they convey creativeness and traditionalism in them. They are usually displaced in Fijian ceremonies or are sold to tourist as souvenirs. Their art is generally a craft ware of either wood or it is in the weave form as mostly the Pacific Island Art favors either any one of the two or simply a balance between the two products. The weaving material of Fiji Art is done from two sources namely Pandanus and Coconut.
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