Walled in: Pow Wow Hawaii 2013
Pow Wow Hawaii 2013
This group mural piece at Pow Wow HQ, also known as Lana Lane, exemplifies the collaboration and aloha of Pow Wow Hawaii, now in its third year on Oahu. The 70 international artists often banded together in smaller groups to work together on some on the 24 Kaka'ako neighborhood walls presented to the festival for beautification. Scroll on to see what transpired.
Honolulu-based painter and Pow Wow Hawaii artist/co-lead director Kamea Hadar, with his art in the background.
Inside Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 sponsor Fitted Hawaii's Kaka'ako office space, just 10 feet from a Pow Wow art piece.
Fitted Hawaii's Rene Mathieson and Chris Kays ride by a mural on the side of the Bike Factory in Kaka'ako.
San Francisco-based Pow Wow artist Apex One stretches from his scaffold to get to a hard-to-reach spot.
A large mural piece on the front of Fresh Caf by Pow Wow artists Shark Tooth and Angry Woebots.
One at a time
An artist working on his part of a Pow Wow group mural next to Fresh Caf.
A piece by Pow Wow artist CKaweekS.
A Pow Wow artist preps for his next move atop some scaffolding.
A group wall in a small park in the Kaka'ako area.
A piece by Pow Wow artist Justin Park.
Passersby all loved this piece by Pow Wow artist Scribe, who painted the side of this public-library bookmobile.
Fitted Hawaii team rider Chris Kays rides by a Pow Wow art piece on the wall of Tropical Blends surf shop in Kaka'ako.
Gotta have faith
Piece by Pow Wow artist faith47.
Fitted Hawaii's Rene Mathieson rides by a mural by Pow Wow artists Orly and Samuel Rodrigues.
Stepping it up
Pow Wow artists worked well into the evening Saturday putting the finishing touches on their art.
That's a wrap
The Pow Wow 2013 wrap party at the Lana Lane art space.
Men in black
Pow Wow artist Suitman photographed Pow Wow attendees in his signature black suit and tie for use in future art installations.
School of rock
The crowd watches the Pow Wow School of Music artists perform. The school was a new addition to this year's festival.
Pow Wow-erful performance
The Pow Wow School of Music artists perform at Lana Lane Studios.
Just part of the crowd at the Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 wrap party.
Don't try this at home
Internationally acclaimed artists 123klan paint with their kids at the Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 wrap party at Lana Lane art space.
In living color
Australia-based artist Phibs live paints at the Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 wrap party at Lana Lane art space.
An unidentified artist expresses his (or her) appreciation on behalf of all Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 participants, fans and supporters, the best way he (or she) knows how.