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Friday, June 19, 2015

Sean Yoro | Hula: Creating Beautiful Portraits

Sean Yoro, also known as street artist Hula, is creating beautiful portraits of nude women.  He can be found floating around on a Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) and painting away on the "fringes" of NYC.  Since he is testing the boundaries of legal/illegal artwork, Yoro has not disclosed the exact locations of his work.  Tides are changing though:  “I’m getting a lot of legal walls around the world now, where I’m either permitted or commissioned to paint,” Yoro said. “So my plan is to just travel around the world and keep jamming on this project. This is the tip of the iceberg.”  His work is captivating and very realistic.  It's also quite an amazing feat for a person to stay balanced and focused enough to pull off this kind of work and stay dry.  You can find the original story here.  For a look at Sean Yoro, AKA Hula's work, click here.



Sean Yoro, also known as street artist Hula, is creating beautiful portraits of nude women.  He can be found floating around on a Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) and painting away on the "fringes" of NYC.  Since he is testing the boundaries of legal/illegal artwork, Yoro has not disclosed the exact locations of his work.  Tides are changing though:  “I’m getting a lot of legal walls around the world now, where I’m either permitted or commissioned to paint,” Yoro said. “So my plan is to just travel around the world and keep jamming on this project. This is the tip of the iceberg.”  His work is captivating and very realistic.  It's also quite an amazing feat for a person to stay balanced and focused enough to pull off this kind of work and stay dry.  You can find the original story here.  For a look at Sean Yoro, AKA Hula's work, click here.

Sean Yoro, also known as street artist Hula, is creating beautiful portraits of nude women.  He can be found floating around on a Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) and painting away on the "fringes" of NYC.  Since he is testing the boundaries of legal/illegal artwork, Yoro has not disclosed the exact locations of his work.  Tides are changing though:

“I’m getting a lot of legal walls around the world now, where I’m either permitted or commissioned to paint,” Yoro said. “So my plan is to just travel around the world and keep jamming on this project. This is the tip of the iceberg.”

His work is captivating and very realistic.  It's also quite an amazing feat for a person to stay balanced and focused enough to pull off this kind of work and stay dry.  You can find the original story here.

For a look at Sean Yoro, AKA Hula's work, click here.

2 comments:

  1. I've seen similar things in London, but all cartoon style, some cool reflection based stuff. Lovely find.

    Buckets & Spades

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