Better late than never here is the official Ruck Out Hawaii video recap. I’m stoked to have helped produce this event. It was a super fun experience. You really can’t beat riding around Hawaii on a Ruckus. Thanks to everyone that was part of the event – Cycle World, Flexfit,
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
Pow! Wow! Hawaii is more than just a yearly street art festival, but a cultural movement. Completing its fourth year, the event gathers world class artists together to create murals in Honolulu’s Kaka’ako neighborhood. Aside from the amazing artwork on display throughout the city is the Pow! Wow! School of
For the past few weeks, I’ve been spending any of my free time working on photos from Pow Wow Hawaii 2014 where the initial set of over 1,000 photos has now become around 250 final post processed products. So to most effectively share this experience, I have split up what
Took a break from editing photos from Pow Wow Hawaii 2014 to post up some coverage from The Hawaii State Ruck Out last weekend. Fellow Fatlace blogger John P was also on island for the Ruck Out as well as Pow Wow Hawaii…check out his coverage of the Ruck Out
The Ruck Out presented by Cycle World magazine, Alpinestars, Honda Powersports, Illest Hawaii and Flexfit entered the Aloha State for the first time this past weekend. Perfectly timed with the new opening of Illest Hawaii located in Kaka’ako and with Pow! Wow! Hawaii!, which is an annual art festival that
The Ruck Out Hawaii presented by Cycle World, Honda, Alpinestars, Illest, Flexfit / Basecamp and Wrenchwerks on Feb. 15. All Ruckus, scooter, motorcycle owners are welcome to join. Music, great raffle prizes and more. Details can be found on the flyer below and on www.cycleworld.com/ruckout.
During this past Agenda Long Beach tradeshow, Basecamp and Flexfit enlisted the artist Benjie Escobar to collaborate on an art piece within their space. Benjie is known for his drawings of familiar items including pizza, burgers and roses. Check out the recap video. Benjie for Basecamp from Basecamp on Vimeo.