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Pow Wow Hawaii 2014 The Process

If you haven’t seen my previous two posts on Pow Wow Hawaii 2014, check them out here – 1. Opening Reception and 2. Highlights.  The third and final installment is this post, dedicated to the Process.  Once the week of Pow Wow comes to an end, the walls remain for all to see (check out photos of some of the completed walls by Brandon Shigeta on Hypebeast here)…but what many do not see is the art that lies in the process.  So once all 100 photos load, enjoy the process and don’t forget to check out the artists linked below!

123 Klan

808 Urban Prime, Gaia, and friends

Aaron Schoultz

Aaron de la Cruz

Apex, check out my photos of him painting at Illest Hawaii here

Askew One

Ckaweeks

Cope2

Dabs Myla and Miseryland

Defer

Estria

Hannah Stouffer

Insa and Roid

Illest Hawaii shaka foam hands…awesome for every occasion!

And the result of their work…

James Jean

Jessie and Katey

Kamea Hadar

…and guest appearance by Jeff Hamada

Katch1

Augustine Kofie and Kinsey

Push

Lucky Olelo

Madsteez

And another wild Illest Hawaii shaka foam hand appears! ;)

Meggs and Bask

OG Slick and Persue

Reach

Remi Mead

Trav

Tristan Eaton

Vhils

Woes

Wooden Wave (formerly known as Vers Hawaii)

2 Responses to Pow Wow Hawaii 2014 The Process

  1. Once again, great work man. So many details in all those murals its amazing.