Happy Island designer Henna Zenga has been featured in National Geographic’s “Love Islands,” an online magazine series featuring designers and illustrators who design and illustrate love islands.
Zenga is one of several designers featured in the magazine, which is based on her own personal experiences designing and creating the islands.
The magazine featured many designers from around the world who use creative techniques to create their own beautiful, unique islands.
The series is published by National Geographic Discovery, and the magazine also featured artists like Renée Fonseca, a designer and photographer from New York City.
FonsecA new series by Renée “Renée” Foncsca, an artist and photographer based in New York, explores the themes and styles of love and beauty in New Orleans.
Fonsca was inspired to start this project after visiting New Orleans for a family vacation and meeting with a friend who has a love island design studio.
After meeting the team at the studio, she and her friend took the project to their local community to explore their ideas and designs.
In addition to her love island designs, she also creates an online design project for her clients to share with others.
She said her goal is to make the islands beautiful and unique, but also make them accessible and fun for everyone to explore.
She says her inspiration for this project is to create a fun and playful experience for the visitors, especially the children.
“I was inspired by the island designs I see around the globe, and this idea of creating an island for people to go and enjoy a peaceful day and a quiet day,” she said.
“To be able to give back to this world and give back in a way that makes this beautiful place that I love so much to share.
I wanted to create an island that people can come and have fun on.”
The Love Islands is designed to be a place of peace and relaxation for visitors.
In fact, the designs were inspired by a love story in the island of Nauru.
“My hope is that people who visit this island will come away with a feeling of joy, which can be contagious, because people come together and share the love of the island with one another,” she added.
“This island can be a safe place to share love and joy and it can be something people can use to bring about positive change for everyone.”