Triggerfish School

Tote Bag


The lagoon triggerfish also known as the Picasso triggerfish.

They are the state fish of Hawaii and are called "humuhumunukunuapua'a" which translates to "triggerfish with a snout like a pig".

Triggers are named after a set of spines which are used to hold off predators or to "lock" themselves 

into holes or crevices. Once the danger subsides, this system is "unlocked" by depressing a smaller "trigger" spine.


Beautiful and exotic tropical images.

Caribbean inspired.


  • Colorful silk batik designs recreated on canvas tote bags.
  • Image is the same on both front and back.
  • Available in 13" x 13" and 16" x 16" with 2.75" and 3.25" bottom gussets.
  • Double stitched seams for strength and durability
  • 1" black heavy duty woven web strap that hangs 13" on shoulder.
  • All totes are made from soft, durable poly poplin fabric.
  • Machine washable in cold water


Made in the U.S.A.

Triggerfish School Tropical Tote