Lauren YS – Mural for Temple Children Project

Beautiful new Lauren YS mural for the Temple Children project in Downtown Hilo, Hawai’i. The sustainability-themed piece depicts Lauren’s sister, an astro-biologist who studied plants that could potentially sustain life on Mars. The project was supported by Hilo Town Tavern, Aloha Made and MTN Colors Hawaii. Photography by Miya Euca.


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Bicicleta Sem Freio x Just Kids – Pow! Wow! Hawaii

Brazilian street art collective Bicicleta Sem Freio teamed up with the people over at Just Kids to create a massive new piece in Hawaii. With the Pow Wow Hawaii festival in full swing, the group used their signature colour palette and graphic imagery to create a bold new wall on the streets of Honolulu.


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Tristan Eaton – Aloha Dreamland

Tristan Eaton is currently at the POW! WOW! HAWAII street art festival with a ton of other amazing artists. With the festival well under way, the murals have been going up like crazy and Mr. Eaton got a brilliant monochromatic piece done in Honolulu. The wall entitled “Aloha Dreamland” is a portrait style mural with some shredded typography and all done in a variety of vibrant blues. Keep following the festival for a ton of amazing new work. Photos by Rom Levy.


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Slinkachu – Miniature Street Interventions Hawaii

Sculpture artist Slinkachu is out in Hawaii for POW! WOW! HAWAII where he’s been busy at work creating a number of his famous miniature street interventions. In his most recent piece, the street artist created a brilliant hammock for a lady to relax in on the beach in Honolulu. Follow him and all of his amazing work on Instagram as he documents the festival.


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House of Meggs – New Mural in Hilo, Hawaii

Our man House of Meggs recently crushed a new mural out in Hawaii. The piece was done for Temple Children & Oasis Skate Co. and features a beautiful and detailed landscape with a skater thrashing around among the foliage. Photo by Miya Euca.


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The Hula – Hahai

Sean Yoro, better known by his street name The Hula recently completed his latest mural somewhere in Hawaii. The piece entitled “Hahai” features another beautiful woman painted in his realistic rendering style and is painted on the doorway which leads to a maze of ancient remains.


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