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AARON YOSHINO / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER Spray-paint artist Phibs finished a mural Thursday on the wall of a Coral Street warehouse in Kakaako. Phibs, who is based in Sydney, is among more than 40 artists taking part in a public art activity, Pow Wow Hawai'i.
FL MORRIS / FMORRIS@STARADVERTISER.COM Jasper Wong, left, and Estria, were at Kamehameha Schools speaking to students who are helping with the Pow Wow Hawai‘i art festival.
Artists Rone, left, Phibs, Jasper Wong and Meggs took a break on Saturday from examining a paint-worthy building at Fisherman's Wharf in Kakaako. The Pow Wow Hawai'i art festival has recruited urban artists from all over, including Australia (the home of Rone, Phibs and Meggs), for a marathon mural session. Pow Wow is based out of Fresh Cafe on Queen Street and neighboring Loft in Space.
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FL MORRIS / FMORRIS@STARADVERTISER.COM Artist John “Prime” Hina, right, demonstrates spray-can techniques for student Reid Kaneshiro at Kamehameha Schools.
CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM The New Zealand Maori panel representing water.
CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM Graffiti artist John Hina, aka “Prime,” prepares for his “Not for Sale” exhibit at the Loft in Space warehouse from the August show in Kakaako.