Launching 2/22 at 2:22 HST
Kukui Mahoney – First Amendment
The freedom of expression. The right to celebrate the language (breath) of the land we live on through this American art form known as graffiti.
John Prime – Funki’i
John "Prime" Hina is an American graffiti artist and founder of 808 Urban collective. As a gang tagger he was a prominent force behind the legendary K2S Crew. Coming from Honolulu, Hawaii, Prime spent most of his graffiti days tagging on the streets of Los Angeles and getting into trouble with violence and drugs.
Jack Soren – Lil’ Wavy
Jack Soren is a 26-year-old wave-surfing, graffiti-spraying, mural-painting, Native Hawaiian artist, born, raised, and currently residing on the North Shore of the Hawaiian island of Oahu. As a child, Jack spent most of his time at the beach, his family possessing a deep-rooted connection to the ocean, and surfing in particular. As a teenager, he spent most of his time spray painting ditches, where he fell in love with artistry and the painted figure. Now, as an adult, Jack utilizes the lessons, techniques, and nuances of these two passions to create diverse, multifaceted works of art.
Noble Richardson – Koa Hewahewa
I am a "human" BEING. Conscious, coherent, expressive, honest.
Kāohuokaʻala Seto – ʻAʻai ka Piko ʻOle
Ka’ohuoka’ala Osamu Seto, 41, is a 2nd generation lauhala Weaver since the age of 10 and was taught by his father Duncan Ka’ohuoka’ala Seto. Grew up in Wai’anae and is currently a paramedic for the city and county of Honolulu.
Alika Spahn Naihe – Kupu
\"I paʻa ke kino o ke keiki i ka lāʻau.\" \"That the body of the child be solidly built by the medicines.\" - ʻōlelo noʻeau #1252 The wisdom of kūpuna, like medicine, nourishes the growth of the next generation.
Pufftronic – Sacred Eye Skull
Puff is a graffiti, digital, and tattoo artist from Waianae Hawaii. Instagram @pufftronic
Seth Womble – Calm in Chaos
It is possible to remain centered in the maelstrom of life. Navigate well and enjoy the journey.
Solomon Enos – MMMRRRZZZM
"MMMRRRZZZMMM" is the sound of this Human-Flower unfolding, with all the new generations emerging from within. Created before the Covid pandemic, this mural took on new a significance, showing the power of collectivism during challenging times. The original theme is also quite relevant, for it is an expression of hope that we see in plants and trees. If nature can keep blooming and thriving during difficult times, then so can we!:)