“Mālama” by Hula in North America

While we last heard from him in Honolulu, Hawaii, Sean Yoro aka The Hula just sent us some fresh images from his latest piece which was just completed at an undisclosed location somewhere in the United States. Featuring some of his signature portraiture, the artwork is entitled “Mālama”  which translates to: “To care for, preserve, or

Artist Interview: Hula

  Hula is quickly becoming a master of the female form, the images of his bathing women enjoying the warm Hawaiian seas or the ice lands have travelled the world wide web. We reached Sean for a nice chat about the role of Nature in his paintings and his recent experience at Pow! Wow! Hawaii

POW! WOW! Hawaii: Hula in Honolulu

Hula is also in Hawaii for POW! WOW! 2016 where he was invited to create a new piece on the streets of Honolulu. Hula travels the world creating paintings which capture the emotions and interactions between the figures and their environment. With each piece, Hula merges his backgrounds in both street and fine art. Sean

Hula in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand

While we last heard from him in sunny Florida a few days ago, Hula aka Sean Yoro is now in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand where he was invited by the good lads from the Street Prints Art Festival. Entitled “Huli”, the American street artist brought to life another of his hyper-realistic and striking women portraits for the locals

The Hula blends water and street art in Florida

Sean Yoro aka The Hula just finished working on a brand new piece somewhere in West Palm Beach, Florida. Inspired by being confined into our own boxes, the American street artist once again used water as part of his artwork to create this beautiful piece showing a young woman which seems to be trapped in

Hula creates new pieces on Icebergs in North America

Sean Yoro better known as The Hula is back in action with a series of brand new pieces which just got painted somewhere near a large glacier in North America. Within a few weeks these murals will be forever gone, but for those who find them, I hope they ignite a sense of urgency, as they

“Ho’i Mai”, a new aquatic piece by Hula in Hawaii

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

Hula unveils a new aquatic mural in Hawaii

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