07.03.13 by Jeff

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Madsteez / Roid

Here’s a look at many of the murals painted at Pow Wow Hawaii 2013, in the Kakaako district of Honolulu. The event saw over 100 local and international artists descend upon the area and cover it with art. All photos by Brandon Shigeta.

You can see larger images of the mural I painted here.

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Nychos / Jeff Soto

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

DALeast

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Nychos (left) Rone / Wonderlust (right)

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

123Klan / OG Slick / Dabs Myla

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Askew / Dabs Myla / Roid

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Orly / Sam Rodriguez

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Shark Toof / Angry Woebots

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Andrea Wan / Yoskay Yamamoto / Wu Yue / Jeff Hamada

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Askew

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Rone / Kamea Hadar

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Nychos

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Hannah Stouffer / Kamea Hadar

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Faith47

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Eric Marcinizyn / Scribe / Jim Mahfood / Ckaweeks

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Ekundayo

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Eric Otto

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Estria / Prime / Mark Bode / Trek6

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Poesia / Apex

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Meggs / Phibs

 

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 / Murals

Almost everyone.

powwowhawaii.com

 

 













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



  • Sam

    Good seeing you again, and nice work, saw your collaborative mural on walks from chinatown to kakaako.

    • http://www.booooooom.com/ Jeff Hamada

      thanks Sam – loved your piece too! the colours were amazing in person

  • fauxchenaux

    A personal MAHALOS to Jeff Hamada. I’m from Hawaii (originally Hilo) and can’t wait to this amazing (and much needed) work when I go home. Hilo & Kona next time? The industrial areas are ripe for this.

    • http://www.booooooom.com/ Jeff Hamada

      my pleasure – love to visit the big island, maybe they can do a whole tour of the islands next year!

  • http://www.facebook.com/jeffsotoart Jeff Soto

    Jeff! Nice to meet you and rad revisiting these murals. Only been a month but I can’t wait to paint again next year….

    • http://www.booooooom.com/ Jeff Hamada

      missed this message till now! had the best time meeting you man – cant wait for february!

  • Aimei Hu

    anyone know where can i find the daleast?





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