Artist Sean Yoro, known as Hula, is a self-taught artist who brings beauty to abandoned canvases with his sea-side murals in a modern renaissance style.
This Hawaiian born artist, now based in NYC, travels the world creating paintings which capture the emotions and interactions between the figures and their environment. With each piece, Hula merges his backgrounds in both street and fine art.
From the basic street art surfaces of abandoned concrete walls, to the side of a sunken boat sticking out of the water, this artist has no limits. His images are so realistic they look as if the women he paints are coming straight out of the water that they are painted against. Here are some of our favorites.
After stumbling upon this old sunken ship, Hula was inspired by the way the tide crept in and out daily. This routine either had the boat emerging from or sinking back into the water. Ho’i Mai is literally translated to ‘Come Back’