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Paddleboarding Muralist Paints Under the Bridge in Long Beach

Watch Hula paddle out in a new Instagram video from the Pow! Wow! Worldwide Art Festival.

@the_hula painting on the water at @powwowlongbeach. // Video by @jordan.ahern. ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ // Supported by @rvca @montanacans @montanacans_usa @flexfit @1xrun @monsterenergy @thinkspace_art @westin @intertrend @portoflongbeach @visitlb @lbmaorg // #powwowworldwide #powwowlongbeach

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Aug 3, 2016 at 10:51am PDT

The Pow! Wow! Worldwide Art Festival swept through Long Beach last month with a series of breathtaking, larger than life wall murals from artists around the world. One of the festival’s stand outs, Sean ‘Hula’ Yoro, the paddleboarding muralist known for his waterside portraits, certainly lived up to his reputation in his latest composition. The arts festival just released a video on their Instagram of the Hawaiian street artist paddling over to his latest large-scale mural, located on the water under a giant overpass near the port of Long Beach. Yoro is seen starting the project atop a yellow floating piece of scaffolding. From there, he goes to work on a side-profile portrait of another beautiful female subject, occasionally pushing out on his board to examine the piece from a distance. Kiedis, eat your heart out.


Check out more murals by Hula on his website.


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