Pahawh, known also as Ntawv Keeb, Ntawv Caub Fab, or Ntawv Soob Lwj, is an indigenous semi-syllabic script, invented in 1959 by Soob Lwj Yaj to write the Hmong language. Each HMong Paj Hauj word–with a few exceptions–is written with 2 characters. Please indicate in the "Custom Text" field on this page the HMoob Las Tees (RPA) version of the names to be written in Pahawh—indicate any custom colors you would like as well with hex codes if possible. There have been four stages of paj hauj (pahawh) developed—the second and third stage more commonly used, and the thrid being promoted as "standard," and what will be used for this print.
This is made to be printed—giclée paper print on Fine Art Bright White paper, 100% cotton rag acid-free, archival 230 GSM, using archival pigmented ink. Please allow 2 weeks for the design and printing process. I will send you a proof via email before printing.
Custom HMong Pahawh Appliqué Print
Because of the custom nature of this item, I cannot accept returns unless it is a mistake on my end. Please double check the names given to me in the note section. They MUST be written in RPA—I CANNOT translate for you because for example, "Yeng" could be Yeeb or Yeej, "Yer" could be Ntxawg or Ntxawm, "Houa" could be Huas or Huab...etc.
This is a print on paper; it is NOT fabric, that is, it is NOT HMoob paj ntaub/laug. It is printed giclée paper print on Fine Art Bright White paper, 100% cotton rag acid-free, archival 230 GSM, using archival pigmented ink