07.11.13 by Jeff

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

You don’t have to be Hawaiian to appreciate these incredible hand cut photos by Jared Yamanuha, but if you’ve ever experienced the island life these works will really resonate with you. You’ll recognize brands like Hawaiian Sun, and places like Matsumotos, Leonard’s, and Longs. Ahh, I need to go back!

Lots more images below!

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

 

Beautiful hand cut photographs by Hawaiian artist Jared Yamanuha

Yamanuha’s show “Omiyage”, is showing at In4mation Chinatown, Honolulu, through November.

 

jaredyamanuha.com













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



  • Thomas Witte

    These are gorgeous! The “Bubbies” one is amazing.

    • Michael Booker

      Yes that one is my favorite.

    • reminds me of soda fizz

      • Thomas Witte

        Or soap suds. I love seeing the original image so clearly despite all the material that has been removed.





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