Panamanian Kuna artist Oswaldo Kantule painted some of his signature colorful figures and traditional Kuna patterns on several dresses from Tiziana’s collection; he also painted one of Tiziana’s monoliths with images inspired by the local rainforest and the harmful impact of man on nature. The idea for this ‘rainforest monolith’ was born during a visit at the Açaí rainforest in Panama: Tiziana was so captivated by the forest’s untainted beauty that she decided to commission a work that somehow passed the message that “without the forests, we can’t live.” Oswaldo De León Kantule was born on the island of Ustupu in Kuna Yala, the archipelago of islands along the Caribbean coast of Panama. He is a painter and scholar of Kuna culture.