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POW! WOW! Hawaii From the Eyes of Renowned Street Artist Ron English

Best known for his POPaganda series, renowned contemporary painter and street artist Ron English

Best known for his POPaganda series, renowned contemporary painter and street artist Ron English creates art combining high and low iconography gleaned from well known pop culture. He was recently in Hawaii, participating in the POW! WOW! Hawaii festival that brought together many different street artists — all with one task — to create murals based on Hawaii’s marine life. In this video, English takes us around Hawaii through his eyes, introducing us to various artists from around the world participating in the festival as well. We get a good look at the variety of styles and backgrounds of these artists, as well as an inside look into their inspirations and creative process.

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