31.01.12 by Jeff

Pow Wow Hawaii 2012

pow wow hawaii
In a couple weeks I’ll be back on Oahu for Pow Wow Hawaii (aka the best event ever). This year’s event is gonna be different in a lot of ways, and by different I mean HUGE. For starters, the artist roster has tripled in size! Most of last year’s crew is returning and new faces include Kid Zoom, Mr Jago, Flying Fortress, Rone, Slick, Peap Tarr, Poesia, Angry Woebots, I think you get the idea. It’s gonna be nuts!

So how are we all gonna be able to paint inside Loft in Space this year? We’re not! We’re gonna be painting all over the streets of Kaka’ako! So if you happen to live out there please come out and say hi! Loft in Space will host the opening at the end of the week, and there will be photo show curated by my friend Eugene (of Hypebeast). Oh, and Arkitip will have a pop-up shop!

 

POW WOW HAWAI’I 2012

Feb 13th – 17th

Opening: Feb 18th 6pm to 10pm

831 Queen Street Honolulu, HI 96813

powwowhawaii.com

loftinspacehi.com

 

Here are some photos from last year:

pow wow hawaii random photos

pow wow hawaii random photos

pow wow hawaii artist event

pow wow hawaii artist event

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii random photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii event fresh cafe loft in space

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

pow wow hawaii art live painting event full recap photos

waimea bay hawaii pow wow

pow wow hawaii random photos

pow wow 2012

pow wow 2012

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • How do you make the paper spinners? They look like so much fun!

  • Looks like so much fun!

  • YEEEEEEEEEEEEAH (just like booooooooooom)

  • so excited to have you back Jeff!

    BEST EVENT EVER <3

    • cya soon christa!!

  • I so want a POW POW HAWAII shirt!!! Where can I get one aside from Hawaii?

    • http://www.in4mationbrand.com/

      the shirts were produced by in4mation – maybe theyll have some from last year, im sure there will be more available this year too

      • I like them so hard. I want to go really bad but I live way to far.. like miles

      • hitchhike!

  • Logan G

    wanna take a college kid from Wisconsin with you?!

    • i think there are 5 people who have already reserved hiding spots in my luggage





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