After stumbling upon this old sunken ship in Hawaii, Sean Yoro aka Hula was inspired by the way the tide crept in and out daily. This routine either had the boat emerging from or sinking back into the water. Entitled “Ho’i Mai” which is literally translated to “Come Back”. As usual with Hula, the American
Sean Yoro aka Yula is back in Hawaii where he grabbed his board and went exploring to find another aquatic wall.Geared with Brushes and Acrylic paint, the American artist painted in equilibrium on the water this stunning portrait of a woman submerged into the water. Beautiful and striking piece of work.Continue reading for more detailed
Get ready boys and girls… Here we go with a stunning and unbelievably creative new way of painting murals. Meet Sean Yoro aka Hula, a NYC-based artist which decided to grab his surfboard, a bunch of acrylic paints, and get as far away from the street as possible!! This was definitely a genius move by
After participating in the excellent Pow! Wow! Hawaii 2015 on the streets of Honolulu, Case Ma’Claim took the opportunity and time to visit the other Hawaiian islands such as O’Ahu.As usual with the German street artist, he quickly worked his way through some of his signature hyper-realistic hand-based imagery which is sure to be enjoyed
While you discovered some progress images a few days ago, Alexis Diaz has now finished ( on time ) his artwork for the latest edition of Pow! Wow! Hawaii 2015.Painting on the streets of Kaka’Ako, the Puerto Rican muralist once again created a fantastic piece which is featuring a gazillion details. Entitled “El Sagitorio” (
Pow! Wow! Hawaii has now closed its doors for 2015 but we still have a bag full of unreleased images for you to enjoy.We continue our Tuesday morning with Ernest Zacharevic and a new series of pieces that popped up around the streets of Honolulu including a collaboration ( pictured above ) with Norwegian stencil
Akut from Herakut was also invited to paint for the fifth edition of the always excellent Pow! Wow! Hawaii which took place on the streets of Honolulu.The German artist spent a few days painting next to Doze Green in the district of Kaka’Ako which is now hosting a brand new Herakut piece which is entitled
Strøk is currently in lovely Hawaii where he just finished working on a brand new piece on the streets of Honolulu.In town for Pow! Wow! Hawaii 2015, the Norwegian artist geared up his stencils and spray paint to quickly paint this signature piece.Anders has a very personal style which perfectly fits within the urban space.
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