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Pow Wow Hawaii Mural in Kakaako



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photos: anthony nguyen

The Pow Wow Hawaii art event happened back in February, but unless you live or work in Kakaako, you might not have seen all of the resulting murals hidden in the back streets and alleyways of the neighborhood. There’s work from more than 30 artists in all—this piece is by Rone, originally from Melbourne, Australia, who worked day and night to complete the largest single painting of the event. The whole collection is worth exploring on foot; check out a walking map pinpointing all the mural locations at powwowhawaii.com

 

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