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    Haleiwa Arts Festival Recap

    Haleiwa Arts Festival Recap

    When designing Hawaiian art for our home expanded from a favor for my wife to a full-fledged business, art festivals always offered a great opportunity to get my name out and introduce myself and my work to a lot of people. The 20th Annual Haleiwa Arts Festival was a fun reminder that these days we've got people coming to check out the latest prints or to pick up more to add to their existing collection.

    It seemed to be our busiest event to date and there was no shortage of catching up with loyal customers and friends. Chinaman's Hat made it's printed debut, The Haleiwa ukulele wahine got a permanent fixture on our booth, and some pretty rad hats also stepped into the spotlight (stay tuned for more on that next week)!

    Thanks again to the organizers for all their hard work, the awesome food vendors that kept us fed (is there anything better than 20 food trucks 50 ft. from you at all times? we think not), and to everyone who came out to check out the booth and say aloha! If you missed one of our sold out prints at the fest, you can get them here, here, and here

     

    Kailua Artisan Fair

    Kailua Artisan Fair

    On May 6th, we got the chance to head over to the windward side to take part in the Kailua Artisan Fair. Great weather and an awesome turnout made for the perfect day to chat about our love for Hawaii and show off some of our favorite prints (like this new Kaneohe Sand Bar Print).

    It's always a privilege to participate alongside other talented artists like Lauren Roth and Noho Designs. Let alone get the chance to check in with some familiar faces and meet fellow beach bums and wave riders. 

    Many mahalos to the organizers, Annie and Pamela, for inviting us to join in. If you missed us at the Kailua Artisan Fair or find yourself paddling out on the east side, don't forget to stop in to see our friends at Sand People and pick up a print.

    Roberta Oaks x Nick Kuchar

    Roberta Oaks x Nick Kuchar

     

    A match made in palekaiko. Fellow classic car enthusiast and vintage-modern designer Roberta Oaks and I got together to collaborate on the ultimate nod to our favorite Hawaiian era, the aloha shirt. Aptly named The Palekaiko (paradise or bird of paradise), we put our modern signature on the famed island flower and designed a shirt just for you.

     

     

    Roberta Oaks has been an awesome client and stockist over the years and they know how to do it right. Hand-printed fabric, made with aloha right here in Hawaii. This limited release shirt is sold exclusively online and at Roberta Oaks in Chinatown. 

     

    A special thanks to the gang at Roberta Oaks for partnering with us. Shop the look here.

    • Modern fit
    • Button down collar
    • Chest pocket
    • 100% Cotton. Machine wash cold and hang to dry. Or, dry clean it.
    • Sizes XS-XXL Available

    Also keep an eye out for our second design, releasing next month!

    Greenroom Gallery Art Exhibition

    Greenroom Gallery Art Exhibition

    What an awesome time catching up with old friends and meeting new ones! I was honored to exhibit my art on April 27th at Greenroom Gallery in Waikiki at the International Marketplace.  Also joining us was super talented resin artist Bree Poort. I released the new "Sunset Beach Wahine" print, a North Shore Oahu themed print with some tasty subtle reds and blues.  Also released was the 5 print "Makai" series, a series of watermen (and women) and their aircooled vehicles.  Stay tuned for 8x10 screen prints available of these available this summer. Be sure to check our events schedule for upcoming exhibitions and festivals close to you.  Aloha!

    kuchar greenroom gallery art exhibition

    kuchar greenroom gallery art exhibition