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Your Guide to Honolulu’s Street Art Festival POW! WOW! Hawaii 2018

Local and international artists from around the world are featured in Honolulu's premiere street art festival POW! WOW! Hawaii. During Valentine's Day week in February of this year, 50 artists created colorful urban art around the Kaka`ako neighborhood. Some of the well-known artists crushing the scene here in the islands are Simone Legno, who you would know as the designer of the brand Tokidoki; contemporary artist Daniel Arsham; and Brooklyn-based street artist FAILE. Murals were also created by locals, including Solomon Enos and Katch. POW! WOW! has grown into a global network of artists and organized gallery shows, lecture series, schools for art and music, mural projects, concerts, and live art installations across the globe. For more information on POW! POW! or for a detailed map of the murals visit powwowhawaii.com. Here's where you can find these amazing works of art.

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7Sketches

Local artist 7Sketches’ creation can be found on Coral Street off Ala Moana Blvd.

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Anna T-Iron

Hamburg-based artist Anna T-Iron’s mural is located at Kawaiahao Street and Kamani Street.

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Bounce

Graphic designer Bounce is from Taiwan. His Mural is located on Pohukaina Street between Coral Street and Cooke Street, near Anchor International Church.

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Cab

Artist CAB is from Osaka Japan. His mural can be found on Halekauwila Street near Cooke Street.

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Christopher Konecki & Carly Ealey

San Diego based artist Christopher Koneck  and muralist/photographer Carly Ealey collaborated on this mural located at Kawaiahao Street and Kamani Street.

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CME & Unomas

Local artists CME collaborated with Unomas on the mural at Kawaiahao Street and Kamani Street.

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Corey Taum & Kahiau Beamer

Local Artist Corey Taum and Kahiau Beamer from Lane Lane Studios teamed up to create this mural. It is located on Coral Street across from Starbucks.

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Crystal De Rosier

Local Artist Crystal De Rosier’s mural can be found on the wall of Lana Lane Studios at 327 Lana Lane.

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Dak1ne

Local artist Dak1ne aka Jesse Velasquez’s mural is located on the building at Pohukaina and Coral, next to murals by Bounce and Sydney James.

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Daniel Arsham

Contemporary artist Daniel Arsham is based in New York City. His mural can be found on Pohukaina Street between Coral Street and Cooke Street.

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Devour

Local artist Devour’s mural can be found at Kamani Street near Kawaiahao Street.

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Dulk

Antonio Segura Donat aka Dulk is a Spanish born artist. His mural is located on Kamani Street near Auahi Street.

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Faile

FAILE (pronounced “fail”)  is a Brooklyn-based artistic collaboration between Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller. The mural is located on  Lana Ln., between Auahi Street and Ala Moana Blvd.

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Gary Draws Fish

Local artist Gary Draws Fish’s mural is located at the corner of Cooke Street and Pohukaina Street.

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Icy & Sot

Icy & Sot are brothers and stencil artists from Tabriz, Iran.  Now based in Brooklyn, New York, their fence installation can be found at Coral Street and Auahi Street.

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James Bullough & Ricky Watts

German artist James Bullough collaborated with and California artist Ricky Watts. Their mural can be found on Cooke Street between Auahi Street and Ala Moana Blvd.

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Jonny Alexander

California native Jonny Alexander’s mural is located at Kawaiahao Street and Kamani Street.

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Kai`ili Kaulukukui

Local painter Kai`ili Kaulukukui’s mural is located on Coral St. around the corner from Highway Inn.

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Kai`ili Kaulukukui

The mural created by local artist and wood-maker Kaplan Bunce is located on the side of the old Fisher Hawaii at 690 Pohukaina Street.

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Katch

Local graffiti artist Katch’s mural is located on Coral Street off Auahi Street, across from Hanks Haute Dogs.

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Kate Wadsworth

Kate Wadsworth is an illustrator and designer based on Oahu. Her mural is located on Lana Lane between Auahi Street and Ala Moana Blvd.

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Kealakukui

Kealakukui Mahoney’s mural is located near Coral Street and Pohukaina Street.

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Kelly Tunstall

California artist Kelly Tunstall’s mural can be found on Coral Street off Auahi Street.

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Kris Goto

Kris Goto was born and raised in Japan but now lives in Hawaii. Her mural is located on Queen Street inside South Shore Market.

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Laurence Vallieres

Canadian artist Laurence Vallieres from Montreal created a cardboard gecko sculpture. But you can’t see it anymore because it was set on fire at the end of the festival in February.

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Lauren YS

Bay Area artist Lauren YS created this mural located on Cooke Street near the corner of Ala Moana Blvd.

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Lucky Olelo & Horishow

Japanese artist Horishow collaborated with local tattoo artist Lucky Olelo on the mural located near Coral Street and Pohukaina Street.

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Maek

The mural from artist Maek can be found on Lana Lane between Auahi Street and Ala Moana Blvd.

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Marko Livingston

Artist Marko Livingston’s mural can be found on Cooke Street between Ilaniwai Street and Halekauwila Street.

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Nanea Lum

Hawaii based painter Nanea Lum’s mural is located in front of the Fisher Hawaii at 690 Pohukaina Street.

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OG Slick

Graffiti Artist OG Slick’s mural is located on Auahi Street between Coral Street and Lana Lane.

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Puffy & Sidy

Local artist Puff & Sidy mural is located on Queen Street near Lin’s Market Warehouse.

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Royal Dog

Artist Royal Dog is from South Korea. His mural is located on Queen Street near Kaka`ako Pet Hospital.

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Sam Yong

Sam Yong is an artist from Melbourne, Australia. His mural is located on Pohukaina Street between Coral Street and Cooke Street.

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Sandra Chevrier

Artist Sandra Chevrier in from Montreal, Canada. Her mural is located on Lana Lane between Auahi Street and Ala Moana Blvd.

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Sean Chao

Artist Sean Chao is from Vancouver. His art work can be found at Ilaniwai Street near Cooke Street.

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Simone Legno

Simone Legno is from Italy and known for his designs for Tokidoki. His mural is located on Lana Lane between Auahi Street and Ala Moana Blvd.

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SixCoin

The mural for South Korean artist SixCoin is located on Kamani Street near Pohukaina Street.

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Solomon Enos & Nicole Naone

Local artist Solomon Enos and Nicole Naone teamed up to create this mural on Pohukaina Street near Koula Street.

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Sydney James - Pohukaina St. between Coral St. & Cooke St., near Anchor International Church

Classically trained illustrator Sydney James is from Michigan. His mural is located on Pohukaina Street between Coral Street and Cooke Street.

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Tran Nguyen

Artist Tran Nguyen lives in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. His mural is located on Auahi Street between Coral Street and Lana Lane.

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UK

UK is a collaboration from a group of artists on a mural located on Cooke Street and Kawaiahao Street.

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Whole 9

The mural for artist Whole 9 is located behind the old Fisher Hawaii building on Coral Street between Pohukaina Street and Halekauwila Street.

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Woes

The mural for local artist Aaron “Woes” Martin  is located on Kawaiahao Street near Kamani Street.

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Wooden Wave & Gavin Murai

Local artists Wooden Wave and Gavin Murai partnered to create this work on Cooke Street near Pohukaina Street.