Along with the standard pigments and paintbrushes, artist Hula, aka Sean Yoro, requires an unorthodox piece of equipment for his particular brand of mural making: a paddleboard.
The Hawaiian muralist, balanced atop the buoyant platform, depicts indigenous women from various sites across the world, whose homelands are often threatened by the effects of global warming.
For his most recent project, titled “What If You Fly,” Hula travelled to Baffin Island, off the coast of Nunavut, Canada, to paint a portrait of local Inuit woman Jesse Mike, who lives there with her daughter.
Somewhere over the frozen waters of Iceland, a woman appears to be resting in the ocean with her eyes closed. The peaceful woman is the artwork of Sean Yoro, and it's quickly slipping into the ocean. Yoro, a New York-based artist al...
Sean Yoro uses fractured slabs of ice as the canvases for his latest series of murals.
New York City artist Sean Yoro aka Hula has painted a number magnificent portraits of beautiful women that meet and reflect the water below along abandoned Hawaiian seawalls. Calling the series “Outside“, Hulu amazingly created the ...
As a message about the people most affected by glacial melting, paddleboarding artist Hula heads to the Canadian arctic.