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Shop Local Art by Hawai‘i Artists: These Vibrant Prints Will Freshen Up Your Home

Art of your world.


Don’t dwell on freshenin’ up your wall décor this new year—elevate your frame game with vibrant artsy prints inspired by our Island home.


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Clockwise from top left:


Lauren Trangmar Poke Bowl 8-by-10-inch print

$65, Fishcake pop-up, South Shore Market, (808) 593-1231, fishcake.us.


SEE ALSO: Lauren Trangmar’s New Series Breaks Down the Anatomy of Local Favorites


Fonts in Paradise: Signs of Mid-Century Hawai‘i book by Mark Jonathan Davis

Tip: Penny pinchin’? Take a page from a photo book and frame it as artwork.

$24.95, Fishcake pop-up.


Ty Williams Aloha 11-by-14-inch print

$40, Owens & Co., 1152 Nu‘uanu Ave., (808) 531-4300, owensandcompany.com.


Jack Soren custom-made wood fin

price upon request, jacksorenart.com.


Judd Boloker Bougainvillea notecard

$5, Owens & Co.


Heather Almeda Papaya 8-by-8-inch painting

$175, Mori by Art + Flea, South Shore Market, (808) 593-8958, morihawaii.com.


Royal Hawaiian photo by Eric Wehner

$180, Salvage Public, South Shore Market, (808) 591-8411, salvagepublic.com.


SEE ALSO: Spend Valentine’s Night at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum: Connecting Hearts with Art


Jack Soren Duke 5-by-7-inch print

$30, Greenroom Gallery, Ala Moana Center, (808) 400-3523, greenroomhawaii.com.


Andrew Mau Shaka notecard

five for $14, Owens & Co.


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