28.01.14 by Jeff

Pow! Wow! Hawaii 2014 / Full Artist Roster

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A week from now I’ll be headed to out to Oahu for Pow! Wow! Hawaii 2014 and doing my best to cover all that goes on out there. Feb 8th-15th artists from all over the world will be painting murals in the Kaka’ako district of Honolulu. There will also be music workshops for youth and lectures by artists (I’ll be giving one too).

Some of my closest friendships have come out of this event, and I’m looking forward meeting to all the new artists that will be there this year. Below is a list of confirmed artists.

 

Confirmed International Artists:

 

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Aaron De La Cruz
Apex
Andrew Schoultz
Bask
Brendan Monroe
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Cyrcle
Dabs Myla
Dave Kinsey
Defer
Gage Hamilton
Gaia
Glenn Barr
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Hannah Stouffer
Indie 184
INSA
Inti
Jeff Hamada
Jessie Unterhalter
Katey Truhn
Know Hope
Kofie
Lady Aiko
Madsteez
Meggs
Mimi Pond
Norm
Nychos
Persue
Reach
Reka
Roids
Ron English
Seth Globepainter
Skinner
Spencer Keeton Cunningham
Tatiana Suarez
Tristan Eaton
Vhils
Wayne White

 

 

Confirmed Local Artists:

 

Alina Kawai
Beak
Bother
Buff Monster
Chris Broy
Ckaweeks
Danny King
Davesaction
Devour
Dmize
Dzine
East3
Ekundayo
ENDR
Estria
Eukarezt
Evolve1
Gene
Graffricky
Jasper Wong
Jeffrey Gress
Jesse Velasquez
Justin Park
Kai Kaulukukui
Kamea Hadar
Katch
Lucky
Lucky Olelo
Maek
Matthew Ortiz
Maui
Mr. Destructo
Mung Monster
Oera
Ohana
Peonu
Prime
Puff
Quest
Remi Mead
Roxanne Ortiz
Soker
Slick
Solomon Enos
Tonk
TSG
Unomas
Whomu
Woes Martin
Zhi Hao Situ

 

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



  • http://www.supercw.com cw

    so happy you are coming back!!!! and speaking on the panel!!! see you so very soon!!!

  • Steven

    A little bit jealous….two of the guys from our studio are gonna’ be out there filming. I hope you run into them!





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