Photos by Jessica Eaton. I can’t fully comprehend all of what goes into making these images but from what I gather it involves a 4×5 film camera, and some combination of multiple exposures, filters, and masks. These effects are produced in-camera.
Artist Kamea Hadar has just completed what is now the largest portrait in the state of Hawaii; a 14-story mural of Hina, the Hawaiian Goddess of the moon. Under the guidance of another artist John Hina aka Prime, Hadar’s work continues to explore a modern-day form of mo’olelo or ancient Hawaiian storytelling.
See more images (all shot by photographer Andrew Tran) of the massive mural below.