Artists descend on Kakaako for the seventh POW! WOW! Hawaii street mural festival.
Drew Merritt painted a giant eye for this year’s POW!WOW! Hawaii event that continues through Saturday. The street mural festival originated in Hong Kong in 2010, but Hawaii now hosts the flagship event.
Michelle Tanguay of Detroit works on her mural, “Love Thy Neighbor,” along Auahi Street.
The artists known as Telmo Miel (Telmo Pieper and Miel Krutzmann) from Holland work on two levels near Auahi and Koula streets.
Ckaweeks of Oahu creates “Dont Stop the Rock”
Artist Tara McPherson gets a lift near Auahi and Cooke streets.
Kevin Lyons of Brooklyn, New York, works near Mother Waldron Playground.
Visitors stroll past Kevin Lyons’ mural in progress.
Artist Shok-1 of London spray-paints a skeletal shaka.
The work continues as night falls near Waimanu and Cooke streets in Kakaako.
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