Sean “Hula” Yoro is a self-taught Hawaiian artist who unleashed her passion for art to combine it with a love of surfing. This unusual mixture resulted in a unique street art that has conquered with beautiful retables of women painted underwater.
Using abandoned and little-crowded spaces, Yoro paints large works in places where they can only be seen at the moment the tide is low. Women decorated with flowers and tribal tattoos are the elements that predominate in his paintings. His works have an ecological and global warning message and use the tide to accent on the importance of the preservation of the planet.
The artist enjoys painting in contact with nature in places from Canada to Italy and uses biodegradable paints that do not harm the ecosystem that surrounds the waters in which his works are submerged.
Check here some of the beautiful murals by Hula:
"Heau" Inspired by being confined to boxes. See her in person in West Palm Beach, Florida for @canvaswpb Huge mahalo to @nicolehenryart for putting on a great event and to the many friends I had helping me @raphaclemente @tonymarino @adrianwilcox @broncobaranick @deanzeus @robynprice @d_amor89 Also special thanks to my friends at @instagrafite for covering my progress throughout the week Full project will be up on byhula.com soon Modeled by the lovely @clarabuchanan
"A'o 'Ana" Series of murals painted on a few of the thousands of icebergs freshly broken off from a nearby glacier. In the short time I was there, I witnessed the extreme melting rate first hand as the sound of ice cracking was a constant background noise while painting. Within a few weeks these murals will be forever gone, but for those who find them, I hope they ignite a sense of urgency, as they represent the millions of people in need of our help who are already being affected from the rising sea levels of Climate Change. See the full adventure at byhula.com