Environmental Art & Design

DEEP SEADS

 
 

"Deep Seads" Series explores the physical limits of both art and artist in hopes of raising awareness for the fight to save Earth's coral reefs. Hula begins by creating artificial reefs, which help jump start marine growth, and transforms the concrete and metal structures into murals by free diving to the ocean floor.

The physical and mental challenge proves successful as the figures are completed in the depths and can be left to one day turn into thriving reef sites filled with homes for thousands of different organisms. All materials used including the pigment sticks are eco-friendly and safe for marine ecosystems.

To learn more on the current state of reefs check out WWF

While artificial reefs help combat some current problems, it is by far not the only solution we need to resolve the full set of issues happening with our oceans. Learn how to take action here

ADRIFT

Inspired by the humans relationship to water. Interactive sliding piece combines two artists creations into one. Prints and Original available HERE.

KO’ANA

 
 

Hula paints with his paddle board to battle the extreme tides of Saint John, New Brunswick to create a 40ft ocean mural along the Bay of Fundy.

Partnered with Discover Saint John
Website :www.discoversaintjohn.com/
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PATHS

 
 

Perspective, temporary chalk art inspired by taking risks for your passions.

A’O ANA

Series using temporary non toxic paint to create figures on melting icebergs. Inspired by the current devastating melting rates of Arctic ice.

ORIGINS

 
 

The inaugural series of a unique collaboration between twin brothers Kapu and Hula, combining their individual crafts of photography and street art to create one-of-a-kind murals and gallery pieces.

Kapu starts the process with his dramatic photographs which are then delicately layered with paint by Hula. The duo draws their main inspirations from exploring diverse environments in nature while also bringing in their influence from their time growing up together on Oahu, Hawaii.

LAVAZZA x AMI VITALE

Mural series painted in Rhone Glacier, Switzerland where they use large white blankets to cover parts of the glacier in order to reflect sunlight. This combats the devastating effects of Climate Change by slowing down seasonal melting rates.

In collaboration with Lavazza Coffee and National Geographic Photographer Ami Vitale

THE NORTH FACE COLLAB

 
 

The inaugural series of a unique collaboration between twin brothers Kapu and Hula, combining their individual crafts of photography and street art to create one-of-a-kind murals and gallery pieces.

Kapu starts the process with his dramatic photographs which are then delicately layered with paint by Hula. The duo draws their main inspirations from exploring diverse environments in nature while also bringing in their influence from their time growing up together on Oahu, Hawaii.

MAKA’U

 
 

Mural painted at the top of a waterfall. Inspired by the risk and sacrifice it takes to find your passion and not let go.

HOI’MAI

LEWA

LA’AU

RAINY